As a licensed attorney with an active bar membership in the State of California, I have years of law firm and in-house experience in complex litigation and transactional legal matters. Before I founded Unicorn Law Group, I had participated in high-profile litigations involving international companies conducting business in China and the U.S., and provided litigation support with all manner of corporate, regulatory, and litigation work.
I am one of the first-generation immigrants. I started my legal practice in the area of immigration by assisting my husband in the immigrant petition for alien of extraordinary ability (EB-1A). Since then, I started offering legal consultation to Ph.D. candidates from top-tier universities on employment-based immigrant petitions and to international entrepreneurs on corporate governance of startup companies.
I hold the belief that Justice delayed is justice denied. I develop my expertise to ensure my clients receive premium legal services in an effective and cost-efficient way. After my daughter was born, I expanded my legal services to help foreign-born children of U.S. parent(s) return for family reunion because I know family is everything.
Besides immigration law, my legal practice covers a wide spectrum of areas, including corporate formation & governance, contract review, cross-border e-commerce, rent control, homeowners’ disputes with HOA, consumer frauds, EB-5 regional center frauds, trademark applications, social media copyrights, and wills & trusts.
|Founder & Principal||Unicorn Law Group||2016 - Present|
|Contract Attorney||Orrick, Herrington, Suitcliffe, LLP||2014 - 2015|
|Editor, China Guiding Cases Project||Stanford Law School||2011 - 2014|
|Contract Attorney||Orrick, Herrington, Suitcliffe, LLP||2011 - 2012|
|Compliance Officer||China CITIC Bank Corp.||2009 - 2010|
|Legal Intern||Allbright Law Offices||2009 - 2009|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||2017 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Member||2013 - Present|
|China Guiding Cases Project, Stanford Law School||Guiding Case No. 6: HUANG Zefu, HE Boqiong, and HE Yi v. The Jintang Administration for Industry and Commerce of Chengdu Municipality, Sichuan Province, An Administrative Penalty Case||2012|
|China Guiding Cases Project, Stanford Law School||Translation of Commentaries on China Guiding Cases: Discussing the Guiding Case System with Chinese Characteristics By First Combining Guiding Case No. 1 with Adjudication Practices||2012|
|China Guiding Cases Project, Stanford Law School||Translation of Commentaries on China Guiding Cases: The Function and Selection Criteria of “Guiding Cases”||2012|
|University of California, Hastings College of the Law||LL.M - Master of Laws||2011|
|Fudan University||LL.B - Bachelor of Laws||2009|
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Wed Oct 11 2017
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