Attorney Tian is dedicated to providing bilingual legal services (English and Chinese) for her clients, with extensive experience assisting with complex real estate and business law matters. Select the best Chinese lawyers.
Xiaolei Wu stands accused of stalking an activist who posted flyers supporting democracy in China. The case will soon reach federal court in Boston for a hearing.
Catherine Liyun Zhang
Attorney Catherine Zhang is a partner and chair of our corporate department. She specializes in business law, estate planning, and immigration matters while striving to deliver exceptional service in English and Chinese to her clients.
She focuses on meeting the needs of Boston’s immigrant community, often providing legal representation in Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood. Additionally, she works closely with various community organizations within that neighborhood.
She graduated from BU Law’s LLM in Chinese Law program, which gave her the rare opportunity to earn a JD from BU School of Law and an LLM from one of China’s premier law schools. As a result, she has experience handling complex matters involving domestic and international business transactions and has a unique skill set.
Chantal Choi is best known for portraying fan-favorite shapeshifter Grace Choi on The CW’s Black Lightning since season one and forging a relationship with Anissa Pierce (played by Nafessa Williams). Chantal’s performance made history for on-screen queer superheroes of color.
Chantel is currently enrolled at Suffolk University Law School, serving as president of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and Legal Innovation and Technology Fellow for her clinic. She enjoys reading, traveling, and cooking in her free time – her interests also extend outside law school!
Emily Sy is the Managing Attorney at BioMed Realty, where she specializes in real estate and finance transactions for laboratory/office space clients across its portfolio in both the US and the UK. Additionally, Emily supports community outreach initiatives supporting APAs.
Emily Sy is an experienced immigration and family law practitioner at MT Law. She received both her Bachelor’s and Law degrees from Columbia University before later attending Boston University School of Law to earn both. Emily specializes in helping immigrant survivors of domestic violence obtain humanitarian immigration relief.
She offers assistance with business entity formation (C corp, S corp, LLC, LP, and non-profit organizations). In addition, she serves as legal counsel to various corporations and leads seminars on immigration and entrepreneur-related topics. Finally, as a certified agent with Old Republic National Title Insurance Company, she handles real estate title concerns and domestic and international disputes for her clients.
Sarah Woo specializes in immigration, family, and business law, with over ten years of professional experience providing bilingual legal services for clients in China and the US.
In China, where everything ultimately belongs to the state, any information shared by a Chinese lawyer that threatens national security won’t fall under attorney-client privilege but instead may be taken up and used against competitors or people (in this instance, foreign companies importing goods into China).
Xu and Ding are among the lawyers in China who have been penalized for advocating for civil rights, the rule of law, and transparency into official wealth. Their sentences serve as a stark reminder that China still falls far short of fulfilling the ideals it claims as its own.
Garrett worked closely with Cohen in establishing their firm at 90210 address; their finances were so fragile that they sometimes slept in their offices! Today, however, both have found successful practices at more affluent addresses.
Garrett’s long tenure as Oklahoma’s chief education official featured the development of an award-winning prekindergarten program, aiding with state adoption of Internet technology as it developed, and supporting a teacher of the year program that awards more than $50,000 in cash and prizes to teachers annually. Her departure on Monday was met with mixed reactions. Born and raised in Muskogee, she earned both a bachelor’s degree from Stilwell High School and a master of guidance counseling degree from Northeastern State University; additionally, she studied at Harvard University.