Michelle Ng recently graduated with a juris doctorate from the UCLA School of Law. She is currently a litigation Associate in New York. Prior to entering law school, she received her Bachelor of Science degree from St. John’s University in Legal Studies, with a minor in Philosophy. During that time, Michelle Ng was a member of the Mock Trial Team at her university as well as a Ronald H. Brown Scholar. Michelle Ng is interested in international, criminal and labor law. Recently, for her substantive analytical writing, she conducted research and drafted a comment on the use of biotechnology on the production of food and the effects it has on the food market, both on national policies and international trade. In her free time, Michelle tutors youths in indigent neighborhoods in Los Angeles and serves as a mentor to incoming law students. In her free time, Michelle likes to run, practice yoga, and shop.