Angela Ching

Angela Ching

Ms. Ching is an honors graduate of the Phillips Exeter Academy, and a high honors graduate of the University of California at Berkeley.

In 1988, Ms. Ching earned a Pacific Rim Scholarship for study abroad at the Taiwan University of Political Science. In 1991, she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from U.C. Berkeley. She received her Master's Degree from Harvard University in 1993. In 1995, she received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School.

Ms. Ching has lived and studied extensively in Hong Kong, China and Taiwan. As part of her graduate research at Harvard, Ms. Ching traveled to China to examine joint venture projects including ventures in the manufacturing sector. She incorporated these findings into her Master's Thesis which analyzed the regulation and implementation of joint venture operations.

At the University of Michigan Law School, Ms. Ching was an associate editor of the Michigan Journal of International Law. While still a law student, she worked with the Hong Kong office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.

Following her degree, Angela's work has focused on general counsel matters for a select group of corporate clients.

Angela Ching was a founding member of the commercial litigation firm Ching & Thompson where she acted as corporate and litigation counsel for the firm's commercial clients. Her insight and problem solving ability has been a behind the scene force in Ching & Thompson's civil litigation successes. In one notable civil trial, her work was instrumental in obtaining a jury defense verdict in which $22 million dollars were at stake over an alleged breach of a global distribution agreement.