In college, Wayne's work focused on closing the racial based poverty gap through educational development. Wayne worked as a student program assistant at Georgetown University's Center for Minority Education, and then volunteered as an international aid consultant for a Cambodian non-profit in Phnom Penh. While in Cambodia, Wayne was able to manifest his senior thesis on strengthening minority communities through educational development and a micro loan program.
Prior to starting his practice, Wayne discovered an even broader opportunity to pursue social justice through the legal system. Wayne served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Edward M. Chen of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, volunteered as a law clerk at Santa Clara's Katharine and George Alexander Community Law Clinic, and worked as a summer associate at a prominent Bay Area plaintiff's law firm. He also served as the Lead Symposium Editor for the Santa Clara Law Review, a nationally recognized law journal, producing a ground-breaking Symposium on expanding marriage rights beyond traditional American families.
As a progeny of his life experiences, Wayne delivers to his clients and those who work with him a drive and background like no other. Attention to detail, aggressive representation, persistence, and winning on behalf of his clients are the fodder that fuels his ambition. He looks forward to working with you. Contact Wayne today!
Wayne is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. While not practicing law, Wayne enjoys reading, kickboxing, the gym, and traveling. He has visited and backpacked over 80 countries, and is especially interested in those countries with developing economies.