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Caleb began his legal career as a legal assistant and had experience handling hundreds of personal injury cases prior to law school. Throughout his legal career, Caleb has received numerous awards and recognitions. During his third year of law school, he led a team of four law students to the University of Oxford, England and competed at the Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court Competition. It was the largest Moot Court Competition in the world that focused on international media law and related human rights such as freedom of expression and privacy issues. At the America Regional final, Caleb argued his case before a five judges penal, two of whom (Hon. Pierre N. Leval and Hon. Robert D. Sack) were federal judges seating at the Second Circuit Federal Court of Appeal at the time. Out of one hundred and fifteen teams from around the world, his team finished second. Caleb also received the third best brief award at the America Regional round.


During law school, Caleb studied National Security and Civil Liberty courses under former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft. He also took Trial Practice with the Honorable Robert J. Humphreys who was seating at the Virginia Court of Appeals at the time. Prior to his admission to practice law in California, Caleb gained a wide variety of legal experience with various different entities. He has interned with the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ), an organization that focuses on constitutional and human rights law worldwide; the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia, a non-profit law firm that provides representation to the low-income individuals in civil matters and the United State's Attorney's Office. He was also a judicial intern with the Honorable Teresa N. Hammons at the Virginia Beach General District Court. 


Prior to forming his own practice, Caleb was a senior trial associate with a prestigious family law litigation boutique in Silicon Valley where he handled high conflict custody cases and complex financial litigation involving asset division and business valuation for clients with high net-worth in excess of $30 million. He has a passion in representing victims of domestic abuse. He is experienced in all aspect of family law pre-trial motions, long cause hearings and multiple day trials. He is also well-versed in civil discovery methods. Additionally, Caleb is an allied attorney with Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a non-profit organization that defends and advocates for religious freedom to uphold justice and preserve the right of people to freely live out their faith. He is fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.


Regent University School of Law, Virginia

  • Juris Doctorate

University of Auckland, New Zealand

  • Master of Professional Studies (Honors), International Relations and Human Rights

  • Bachelor of Arts (Honors), Political Studies

  • Bachelor of Commerce, double major in Finance and International Business



  • Regent Cup Appellate Advocacy Competition, 3rd Best Brief Award

  • William B. Spong Moot Court Tournament, Quarter-Finalists

  • Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court Competition, Americas Regional 2nd Place & 3rd Best Brief

  • Regent University Intramural Trial Advocacy Competition, Finalist

  • University of Oxford (UK) 6th Annual International Moot Court Competition, International Runner-Up



  • Dean's Scholarship

  • Ramon N. West Memorial Awards

  • James Kent American Inn of Court

  • First in 1L Legal Analysis, Research & Writing (LARW) class

  • Regent Journal of International Law, Managing & Acquisition Editor

  • Moot Court Board, Legal Research & Writing Team



"Security Flashpoint: International Law and the Island Dispute in the Far East" New Zealand Post-Graduate Law e-Journal (2005) Vol. 2. Read article in PDF.

"Confucianism and Higher Law Thinking in Ancient China" (2013) 10 Regent J. Int'l L.77. Read article in PDF.


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