Meet Our Board

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Co-President: Emily Lee

Emily Lee, Asian Pacific Law Students Association (APLSA), September 6, 2018

Emily is a second-year law student at Northwestern Law. She graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in Public Policy and English. Between college and law school, Emily taught middle school special education as a Teach for America corps member in Oxford, North Carolina. During the summer of her 1L year, she worked in-house at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Emily enjoys exploring coffee spots and breweries, making travel plans, and window shopping in her free time.

Co-President: Mike Kang

Mike Kang, Asian Pacific Law Students Association (APLSA), September 6, 2018

Mike is a second-year student at Northwestern Law. Originally from the Chicago suburbs, he graduated from New York University with a B.A. in Politics. Prior to law school, he worked in non-profit fundraising at the ACLU of Illinois. Mike is primarily concerned with what he’ll be eating for his next meal, but also finds time to enjoy fantasy football and basketball, collecting used books and vinyl records, and attending live music shows.

Treasurer: Robin Evans

Robin Evans, Asian Pacific Law Students Association (APLSA), September 6, 2018

Robin is a second-year student at Northwestern Law. She grew up in Davenport, Iowa, and graduated from Wartburg College with a Bachelor of Music Education. Prior to law school, she taught K-5 elementary music in West Liberty, Iowa. Robin also serves as Co-President of Student Animal Legal Defense Fund and Director of Event Planning and Communication for First Generation Law Student Association. In her free time, Robin enjoys going to concerts and hanging out with dogs.

VP Marketing: Jerry Lee

Jerry Lee, Asian Pacific Law Students Association (APLSA), September 6, 2018

Jerry is a second-year student at Northwestern Law and a graduate of Northwestern University, where he received a B.S.J. at the Medill School of Journalism. Jerry desperately juggles law school with his a cappella group from undergrad, where he currently sings baritone and, fun fact: also does publicity! Aside from being obsessed with fonts and video games, Jerry also finds time to hunt for ramen spots in Chicago. There are none.

VP Professional Development: Robert Chou

Robert Chou, Asian Pacific Law Students Association (APLSA), September 6, 2018

Robert is a second-year student at Northwestern Law. He graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering. Prior to law school, Robert worked as a medical device engineer for five years at Genentech, a pharmaceutical company in the Bay Area. During the summer of his first-year, he worked at an intellectual property boutique law firm in Chicago. Robert enjoys spending his free time hanging out with his cavapoo puppy, checking out new bars and restaurants in the city, and experimenting with new food recipes.

VP Professional Development: Hanna Pak

Hanna Pak, Asian Pacific Law Students Association (APLSA), September 6, 2018

Hanna is a second-year student at Northwestern Law and a graduate of Korea University, where she received her B.A. in International Studies. During her 1L summer, she worked at the Seoul office of an international law firm. In her spare time she enjoys listening to music, going to the movies and watching cute cat videos (yay!).

VP Programming: Yoon Lee

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Yoon is a second-year student at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. She grew up in Fort Worth, Texas, and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in Plan II Honors and Latin (Hook ‘em Horns). Prior to law school, she worked as a Middle School Latin Teacher at her alma mater. Yoon is also President of Texas Law Club and Vice President of Christian Legal Society. In her free time, Yoon enjoys watching tennis (wishing she could play like Federer—never), Food Network and HGTV, playing volleyball, and exploring the city to find the best ice cream parlor.

VP Programming: Linda Sun

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Linda is a second-year law student at Northwestern Law. She graduated from Columbia University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. Prior to law school, Linda worked as a hardware engineer and patent agent in California. She is planning to pursue a career in patent law following graduation. She enjoys playing frisbee, attending concerts, and watching reality TV.

VP Community Affairs: Cindy Bi

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Cindy is a second-year student at Northwestern Law. Prior to law school, she worked for the U.S. Department of Justice’s Criminal Division in Washington, D.C. In law school, Cindy is involved in Northwestern’s Moot Court Society and the Bartlit Center’s Trial Team. When she is not in class, Cindy is either daydreaming at the Art Institute or catching up on the latest documentaries on Netflix.

VP Community Affairs: Isabel Dong

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Isabel is a second-year student at Northwestern Law. She graduated from Peking University with a B.S. in Life Sciences. Before law school, she was a journalist and entrepreneur in Beijing. She enjoys hearing stories of the people around her. When not collecting stories, she likes to think up new travel adventures.

VP Social: Tracy Lin

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Tracy is a second-year student at Northwestern Law and a graduate of Northwestern University, where she received her B.A. in Psychology and Legal Studies. Prior to law school, she worked for two years in Chicago as a litigation paralegal at an international law firm. Tracy is an APEx advisor, is active in SBA as the Social Committee Co-Chair and as a member of the Student Admissions Committee, and leads Power Lunch. In her free time, Tracy enjoys running and live music. In the summer, you can find her trying all the new Chicago restaurants; in the winter, you can find her fleeing to warmer climates.

VP Social: Juntaek Oh

Junatek Oh, Asian Pacific Law Students Association (APLSA), September 6, 2018

Juntaek is a second-year student at Northwestern Law. Originally from Seoul, Korea, he graduated from Duke University with a B.S. in Economics and Psychology. Prior to law school, he founded an art gallery and a restaurant. Juntaek enjoys exploring new restaurants, dancing, and playing basketball.