Sheng Wu

Sheng Wu, Honors Scholar, Class of 2003

Chicago-Kent Honors Scholar

Class of 2003

Born and raised in southern China, Mr. Wu went to great distances, literally, to pursue a career in international law practice. He received a L.L.B. from the University of International Relations in Beijing, a M.A. in international economic affairs from George Washington University (Elliott School) in Washington, D.C., and a J.D. from IIT Chicago-Kent with honors and a certificate in intellectual property. While in law school, Mr. Wu served as a research assistant to Professor Graeme Dinwoodie, a judicial extern to the honorable Magistrate Judge Edward A. Bobrick of the Northern District of Illinois, and an associate at the Illinois Technology Center for Law and the Public Interest. He is also an alumnus of the Thomas Tang National Moot Court Competition and Lefkowitz National Trademark Moot Court Competition.

Mr. Wu joined LinkLaters Hong Kong in 2007. He was previously an attorney at the Chicago firm of Young, Rosen, Finkel and Silbert, and Haiwen, a Chinese law firm, working on foreign direct investments in China. He passed the New York bar in 2003 and will be admitted in January 2004.

 

Writings

2003 Honors Scholars Seminar Paper

Less Than Perfect: Saving Experimental Use Exception for Software Patents