Enoch Cheung is a third-year J.D. student at Pepperdine School of Law. He was on the 2018-2019 boards for the Pepperdine chapter of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and the Environmental Law Society. He plans to work in environmental law and apply his legal skills to serve his state and community. He has interned at the California Public Utilities Commission. There, he worked on energy and telecommunications proceedings for administrative law judges. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles. He is a lifelong Southern California-San Gabriel Valley resident and is fluent in Cantonese Chinese.
Anson Lam is second year law student at University of Southern California Gould School of Law. He currently serves on the executive board for two student organizations: Co-External Vice President for Asian Pacific American Law Student Association and Co-Alumni Chair for First Generation Professionals. During his 1L summer, he interned for the Independent Assessor’s Office for the Los Angeles Board of Fire Commissioners working on independent oversight and labor and employment matters. This upcoming summer, Anson will be a summer associate at Allen Matkins with goals of focusing on real estate transactions and land use. Anson received his Bachelor of Science in Community and Regional Development from University of California, Davis at the age of eighteen and was a Regent Scholar.
Ryan Urban is a third year law student at Loyola Law School. He currently serves on the executive board for two student organizations: President for the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and Vice President for the Business Law Society. During his 1L summer, he worked alongside General Counsel at the Hankey Investment Company where he worked on corporate and employment matters. He also interned at the Federal Trade Commission where he specialized in anti-trust and anti-deception practices. This past summer, Ryan was a summer associate at the Carbon Law Group where he focused on venture capital financings, commercial transactions and corporate formation. Ryan received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Asian Pacific Studies from Loyola Marymount University with honors.