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I am a business reporter for the Chicago Tribune, covering law firms and legal affairs. I write about the personalities, trends and issues in Chicago's massive legal industry. I also help decipher complex legal topics for readers, from employment to discrimination to consumer affairs. I have a Tuesday column in the business section called "Chicago Law."
I started the legal beat in 2007, one of several business beats I have covered since joining the Chicago Tribune in 2000. Before joining the Tribune, I worked for the St. Petersburg Times in Florida, the Lexington Herald-Leader and the Poughkeepsie Journal. I have journalism degrees from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
Newspapers, Asian American Journalists Association, softball, poker, sheepshead, playing with my son, national parks, Chicago Cubs, food