Qixiang (Max) Goh - Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
Mr. Goh is a 2L at the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, where he is a member of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association. Born and raised in Singapore, he received his undergraduate degree from the National University of Singapore in 2014. A self-professed sporty geek, his interests include ping pong, calisthenics, rock climbing, anime and watching gaming streams. He also dreams of owning a cat one day.
Yilun Hu - IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law
Mr. Hu is a 2020 J.D. Candidate at Chicago-Kent College of Law, where he serves as an Honors Scholar and President of the China Law Society. During his 2L year, he was a member of the Chicago-Kent Law Review, worked as a judicial extern for the U.S. District Court for the Northern Illinois, and interned for the USCIS Office of Chief Counsel, as well as HBR Consulting, gaining experience in administrative law and legal analytics. In the summer of 2019, Mr. Hu was selected for the Institute for the Future of Law Practice program, and will serve a seven month full time internship at Baker McKenzie. Before law school, Mr. Hu was a fixed-income trader at one of the largest bond trading firms where he managed two U.S. Treasury groups. He was awarded Congressional Recognition for Outstanding Service to the Community by Speaker Nancy Pelosi for his work in helping low income families with their tax returns. Mr. Hu earned his M.S. and B.A. degrees from University of California, Berkeley.
Jessica Lee - University of Chicago School of Law
Ms. Lee is a 2L at the University of Chicago Law School, where she serves on the board of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association. Prior to law school, she received an undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Chicago. She hopes to practice corporate or bankruptcy law. Her interests include weightlifting, reading about pop economics, and origami.
Amanda Rhim - University of Notre Dame Law School
Ms. Rhim is a 2L at the University of Notre Dame Law School. She is a member of the Asian American Law Students Association as well as the Women’s Legal Forum. Ms. Rhim is from the Chicago suburbs and plans to practice in Chicago after graduation. Prior to law school, Ms. Rhim went to the University of Missouri and received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Psychology. Her areas of interest are currently undecided. In her spare time, Ms. Rhim enjoys jet skiing and cheering for the Chicago Blackhawks.
Adam Shu - Northern Illinois University College of Law
Mr. Shu is a 2021 J.D. Candidate at the Northern Illinois University College of Law where he was a Closing Argument Competition semifinalist and Mock Trial finalist, as well as a member of the American Constitution and 2nd Amendment Societies. Later this year, he plans to join the NIU Legal Clinic’s efforts to aid the underserved communities in and around Chicago’s collar counties. Prior to law school, Mr. Shu earned his M.S. in International Hospitality Management from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a B.A. in Hospitality Management from Kendall College in Chicago; he plans on practicing law with an emphasis on hospitality-focused corporate real estate. As the proud son of an immigrant, Mr. Shu also hopes to support pro bono legal services focused on immigrant communities.
Kenneth K. Wang - University of Illinois College of Law
Mr. Wang is currently a 2L at the University of Illinois College of Law in Urbana-Champaign. He is the event coordinator for AALSA, the Asian American Law Students Association. Mr. Wang is a Chicago native born near Chinatown, and plans to practice in Chicago after graduation. Prior to law school, Mr. Wang has a background is in life sciences and biotechnology. Mr. Wang hopes to practice intellectual property law, especially as it relates to pharmaceutical matters. In his spare time, Mr. Wang enjoys photography, bicycling, and playing law school softball.
Yushen (Christina) Xiang - UIC John Marshall Law School
Ms. Xiang is a 2L at UIC John Marshall Law School, where she serves as the President of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. She volunteers at the Chicago Chinatown Pro Bono Legal Clinic by assisting with client intake and providing Mandarin-English interpretation. During her 1L summer, Ms. Xiang participated in the 1L Moot Court Competition where she won the Octofinalist and worked as a law clerk at the City of Chicago Law Department. Ms. Xiang was born in Beijing, China and came to the US when she was 16 years old. Prior to law school, she went to Michigan State University and received a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations. Ms. Xiang is a figure skater and enjoys snowboarding and scuba diving in her spare time.
Yunge Li - Loyola University Chicago School of Law