Student Fellows

  • Andrew Cha

    Andrew Cha is a third-year law student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. Born in Korea and raised in Los Angeles, Andrew has been passionate about Korea's economic and diplomatic relations with neighboring countries. Before law school, he was an entrepreneur and a co-founder of a cosmetics distribution company engaged in international trades between Korea and the United States. He is currently involved in the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and the Asian-American Law Journal.

  • Rebecca Ho

    Rebecca Ho is a second-year law student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. She is interested in Korean history and culture. Prior to law school, she worked at an aerospace company as an electromagnetic engineer. She is currently involved in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal and the Federalist Society.

  • Roger Kang

    Roger Kang is a second-year law student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. He is interested in studying issues at the intersection of law and technology in both the U.S. and Korea. Prior to law school, he served in the U.S. Army as a Signal Officer and a Telecommunications Systems Engineer. He is currently a member of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal and the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association.

  • Jaisy Kim

    Jaisy Kim is a third-year law student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. As a Korean American born and raised in Queens, NY, she has always been interested in Korean culture. Due to this interest, she attained a minor in Korean Studies at SUNY Stony Brook University. Prior to law school, Jaisy was a U.S Army Field Artillery Officer and still serves as an active duty Army Officer. She is currently on the leadership board for Military and Veterans at Berkeley Law and a member of the Veterans Law Practicum.

  • Jooshim Kim

    Jooshim Kim is a first-year law student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. Upon graduating from Northwestern University with a psychology degree, she has since been on the search for ways to use her social sciences background to effectively contribute to the bolstering of the Korean American and Asian American communities.

  • Keebum (Kevin) Kim

    Keebum (Kevin) is a third-year undergraduate student at UC Berkeley majoring in Economics. Having spent his childhood in Korea and Boston, Kevin has developed a passion for studying political and economic interdependence between the US and Korea. Following his graduation in Fall 2021, Kevin will be serving in the Republic of Korea as a Korean Augmentation to the US Army (KATUSA). On campus, Kevin has served as Deputy Chief Legal Officer and Assistant Chair for Elections Council at ASUC student government.

  • Sharon Kim

    Sharon Kim is a third-year law student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. Growing up in Southern California, Sharon has been passionate about issues concerning the Korean American and Asian American community. At Stanford University, she was President of the Korean Students Association. Prior to law school, she worked at the White House Domestic Policy Council and conducted data and policy analysis for the Department of Justice. She was Co-Chair of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association and is an editor of the California Law Review.

  • Elisa Lee

    • J.D. Student

    Elisa Lee is a second-year law student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. She is interested in various topics regarding the Korean American and Asian American communities. She is currently an Articles Editor of the Asian American Law Journal and an Associate Editor of the California Law Review.

  • Eunice Lee

    Eunice Lee is a second-year law student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. Born in Seoul and raised in the Bay Area, she is interested in issues and topics related to the Korean American and Asian American community. Before law school, she worked at a law firm in Los Angeles as a litigation records clerk. She currently serves as Development Editor of the Asian American Law Journal, treasurer of Christians at Berkeley Law, and co-leader of the Homelessness Service Project and the Food Justice Project. She is also a member of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association.

  • Sooyeon Lee

    Sooyeon Lee is a second-year law student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. Born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, she is interested in exploring ways the Korean legal system could be improved. Prior to law school, she worked for the International Division of the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board as a student intern. She is currently a Submissions Editor for both the Berkeley Journal of International Law and the Asian American Law Journal, and is a member of the Berkeley Law Negotiation & Mediation Competition Team for 2021-2022.

  • Hyojoo Ryu

    • J.D. Student

    Hyojoo Ryu is a third-year undergraduate student at UC Berkeley majoring in Economics and minoring in Public Policy. Spending her childhood in New York City and Irvine, she has been exposed to various environments in the United States and is interested in Korean culture. During first two years of undergraduate studies, she interned at the law department of HMart and learned much about the importance of Asian representation in this country.

  • Young Ung (David) Song

    David Song is a third-year law student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. Born in and moved to various locations within and outside of Korea, David has been interested in Korea’s future economic and international prospects, especially in regards to reunification with North Korea. Before law school, David worked as a barista. He is currently involved in the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and the Asian-American Law Journal.