Sheng Li

Litigation Counsel

New Civil Liberties Alliance

Sheng Li

Litigation Counsel

New Civil Liberties Alliance

Sheng Li is Litigation Counsel for the New Civil Liberties Alliance. Prior to joining NCLA, Sheng served as Counselor to the Administrator of Wage and Hour at the U.S. Department of Labor. In that role, he led numerous efforts to remove or simplify unduly burdensome regulations. He has also worked in the private sector as a litigation associate at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler and at Kirkland & Ellis.

Sheng is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and Yale Law School, where he was managing editor of the Yale Journal of International Law. After graduating law school, Sheng served as law clerk to the Hon. Danny J. Boggs on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Sheng enjoys biking, playing ultimate frisbee, and spending time with his wife and two cats.

Contributions

Litigation Update: Helix Energy v. Hewitt

November 7, 2022

In this webinar, experts provide a litigation update on Helix Energy, what it is, what the possible outcomes may be, and the potential consequences of the case.

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Deep Dive Episode 244 – Litigation Update: Helix Energy v. Hewitt

November 7, 2022

In this podcast, experts provide a litigation update on Helix Energy, what it is, what the possible outcomes may be, and the potential consequences of the case.

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Deep Dive Episode 226 – Due Process Protections in Agency Enforcement Actions

June 30, 2022

Steven Bradbury, Sheng Li, and Beth Williams provided an update on Polyweave Packaging v. Buttigieg and discussed the case’s implications for administrative rulemaking and due process.

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Due Process Protections in Agency Enforcement Actions

June 30, 2022

Steven Bradbury, Sheng Li, and Beth Williams provided an update on Polyweave Packaging v. Buttigieg and discussed the case’s implications for administrative rulemaking and due process.

Watch this video