Professor Shao joined the faculty full-time in 2001, in the course she had been serving as a visiting scholar in law school of University of Washington in 2009-2010. Her academic interests include social change and development of alternative disputes resolution, with a focus on the interaction of law and society in the social transformation in China. She holds a Ph.D. from Law School of Wuhan University and LL.M. from Law School of Xiangtan University, in addition to B.E from Central South University. Her doctoral dissertation, On the Rights Remedy of Self-organization: Perspective on Alternative Disputes Resolution, was published in 2007 after she graduated one year. With the Health care system transformation in China in 2009, her research turned to medical disputes resolution and its social function in response to good governance, and health law became her interest. She was General Secretary of Academic Committee of China Health Law Society since 2015.