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I have over ten years of legal experience, specializing in family and immigration law. Prior to forming my private practice, I worked primarily in non-profit organizations, representing survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse, human trafficking, and other abuse and crimes. I have also worked in private law firms and for the government. My background has provided me with a comprehensive understanding of the various intersecting entities in the legal profession, and has honed my ability to listen empathetically and communicate effectively with clients who are going through stressful life experiences. These skills, I believe, are of vital importance in helping all clients (including those who are not victims of abuse or crime) navigate what may appear to be a confusing and exhausting journey toward divorce, permanent residency, custody, temporary status, or other family law or immigration objective.

I received my law degree from the George Washington University Law School, where I was a member of the Moot Court Board, and my bachelor's degree from New York University, where I graduated magna cum laude. I am admitted to practice in New York and Massachusetts, as well as the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

I speak Mandarin and Shanghainese. I also have language capacity in Cantonese and Bengali.