Alison H. Hung

Education

  • The University of Chicago, B.A. 2014, with Honors
  • Columbia Law School, J.D. 2022, (Columbia Law Review, Executive Articles Editor) Ruth Bader Ginsburg Prize, Class of 1912 Prize, Emil Schlesinger Labor Law Prize, Wilfred Feinberg Prize

Alison H. Hung

Alison Hung is a law clerk in Wachtell Lipton’s Litigation Department.

Alison received her J.D. from Columbia Law School, where she was the Executive Articles Editor of the Columbia Law Review, a James Kent Scholar, and a recipient of the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Prize, Class of 1912 Prize, Emil Schlesinger Labor Law Prize, and Wilfred Feinberg Prize. Alison also argued in the finals of the Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Competition, where she won the prize for best brief. She received her B.A., with general and department honors, in English Language and Literature from the University of Chicago.

Alison is fluent in Cantonese.