Student Fellows

  • HAN

    Han H. Chang

    • J.D. Student

    Han Chang is a third-year student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. Han is interested in learning about Korean and American legal and business communities. He currently serves as a board member in multiple student organizations including Asian American Law Journal, Sports and Entertainment Law Society, and Blockchain at Berkeley Law.
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    Christine Chong

    • J.D. Student

    Christine Chong is a third-year student at UC Berkeley School of Law. A Bay Area native, she is passionate about Asian-American and Korean-American issues. Christine is excited about sharing discussions and legal developments between the Korean and American legal communities. She currently serves as the Executive Editor of the Asian American Law Journal at Berkeley Law.
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  • Eun Sun Jang

    Eun Sun Jang

    • J.D. Student

    Eun Sun Jang is a third-year student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. As a Korean national, she is interested in understanding Korea’s economic and political law, particularly its competition law, in relation to foreign jurisprudence. Before entering law school, Eun Sun was an economic data analyst at Edgeworth Economics and the International Monetary Fund. She currently serves as the Managing Editor of the Asian American Law Journal.
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  • Ted Kang

    Ted Kang

    • J.D. Student

    Ted Kang is a third-year law student at the UC Berkeley, School of Law. Ted grew up in Los Angeles where he became passionate about issues surrounding the Korean American community. Before law school, Ted worked as a software engineer for Oracle, Zoosk, and several startups in the Bay Area. He hopes to continue working with technology companies on patents, privacy, and cybersecurity.
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  • Crystal Kim

    • J.D. Student

    Crystal Kim is a second-year law student at U.C. Berkeley, School of Law. Before starting law school, she was a English-language broadcast journalist in Seoul covering issues on Korean cultural and entertainment news. Growing up in Southern California, Crystal has always been actively engaged in issues concerning the Korean American community as well as the Asian American community.
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  • Debbie Oh

    • J.D. Student

    Deborah (Debbie) Oh is a second-year student at UC Berkeley, School of Law and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (HKS). As a daughter of Korean immigrants, Debbie always had intellectual curiosity in learning about Korean legal and political issues. Debbie previously served on the Executive Board of the Asian American Policy Review at HKS and is currently an Articles Editor for the Asian American Law Journal at Berkeley Law.
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  • Sora Park

    • J.D. Student

    Sora Park is a second-year student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. Born and raised in Southern California, Sora has always been passionate about issues concerning the Korean American and Asian American communities. She currently serves as an Articles Editor of the Asian American Law Journal at Berkeley Law.
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  • Sirdong Shin

    • J.D. Student

    Sirdong Shin is a first-year student at UC Berkeley, School of Law. Having served in the Republic of Korea Army from 2016 to 2018, Sirdong became interested in inter-Korea relations as well as South Korea’s political relations with Japan, China, and the US. Before coming to law school, Sirdong worked at a non-profit organization in which he assisted in developing antimicrobial sediment water filters in the Philippines using a patented chemical product and appropriate technology. He is currently a member of Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, Asian American Law Journal, and Berkeley Technology Law Journal.
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  • Harold

    Harold Surh

    • Undergraduate

    Harold D. Surh Jr. ('19) is an undergraduate fellow at the Korea Law Center. He is a senior pursuing a B.A. in Rhetoric at UC Berkeley. Prior to his fellowship, he has been interning at the US-Korea Law Foundation (UKLF) since 2012. At UKLF, he was involved in editorial and translation work for its various publications, including the annually-published "US-Korea Law Journal" and the "Laws of Korea." He is interested in the intersections of language and law, especially as it concerns the way in which rhetoric and speech are invested with real and abstract force, and how a cultural grammar can inform sui generis conceptions of legality. He is currently involved in a faculty-sponsored independent research project specifically involving that issue.
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