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Benjamin Chen

UC Irvine School of Law, Class of 2025

UC Berkeley, B.A., Comparative Literature, High Distinction, Class of 2021 

Benjamin Chen (陳衍任) is a first-year law student at UC Irvine Law school. He was elected to be the 1L student representative of the Student Bar Association. Benjamin graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Comparative Literature, and he is deeply interested in international analysis and cross-border legal practices. He had interned at the Chinese law firm DaHui Lawyers as well as the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai. Benjamin was born in Taiwan, grew up in Shanghai, and has been in the US since his undergraduate studies. He enjoys drinking Chinese tea, and he plays the Guqin (Zither).

Jennifer Chor

Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law

University of California, Irvine, B.A., Criminology 

Jennifer Chor is a 3L at Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law. She is currently an Executive and Literary Citations Editor on Pepperdine's Dispute Resolution Law Journal and works as a law clerk at the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office. During the 2021-2022 academic year, she served as president for her school's Asian Pacific American Law Student Association and an Academic Mastery teaching fellow for 1Ls. She has interned for both the United States Attorney's Office's Central District in the Criminal Division and he California Attorney General's Office in the Special Prosecutions Unit. After passing the bar, Jennifer hopes to become a prosecutor and looks forward to serving the community.

Delys Fang

Southwestern Law School, Class of 2024

University of California, San Diego, B.S., Psychology, 2013

Delys Fang is a third-year law student at Southwestern Law School. For the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year, she will serve as Co-President for the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association, a Southwestern Dean’s Fellow mentoring incoming 1Ls, and a Teaching Assistant for Contracts. Delys is a part-time evening student and works full-time as a Judicial Assistant for a Superior Court Judge at the Foltz Criminal Justice Center in DTLA. Delys graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of California, San Diego, where she was a Student Health Advocate for Student Health Services, worked two jobs on campus, and studied martial arts three times a week. Delys hopes to pursue a career in estate planning after passing the bar.

Beverly Luu

Loyola Law School, Class of 2024

UC Irvine, B.A., Criminology, Law & Society; B.A., English, Class of 2016

Beverly Luu is a second-year law student at Loyola Law School. In addition to frequently volunteering her time to local bar associations such as SCCLA, Beverly serves as a board member for APALSA and the Day Student Bar Association at Loyola. Currently, Beverly is a judicial extern at the United States District Court, Central District of California. Prior to law school, Beverly worked in various legal capacities, including as a Records Analyst with the U.S. Attorney’s Office and as a bilingual case manager at Deng Law Center in Rosemead, California. Beyond her academic and professional achievements, Beverly also runs her own small business as a digital illustrator and graphic designer.

Joshua Su

Loyola Marymount Loyola Law School

University of Toronto, B.Mus., Piano Performance

Joshua Su is a second-year law student at LMU Loyola Law School. Joshua is a staffer at Loyola’s International and Comparative Law Review and serves as the internal social chair for the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association. This past summer, Joshua served as a judicial extern at the United States District Court for the Central District of California in Santa Ana. At the University of Toronto, Joshua was a classical concert pianist and often traveled abroad for performance and professional development opportunities. Joshua enjoys sharing his love for Apple products and In-N-Out burgers.

Ye Tian

UCLA School of Law, 2025

Queen Mary University of London, M.A., The History of Political Thought and Intellectual History, with Merit,
Class of 2018

Middlebury College, B.A., History, Class of 2016

Ye Tian is a first-year law student at UCLA School of Law. At law school, he is a member of the Asian Pacific Islander Law Students Association and a mentor in the UCLA Law Fellows program. This summer, he will join Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher as a 1L Diversity Fellow. He graduated from Middlebury College with a Bachelor of Arts in History and from Queen Mary University of London with a Master of Arts in the History of Political Thought and Intellectual History. Before law school, Ye has also taught AP Histories for two years at an international high school in Shanghai, China.

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