Vicky Liu focuses her practice on business and finance, securities, and mergers and acquisitions.
While attending law school, Vicky worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2017 and 2018 in its mergers and acquisitions, global sourcing and technology, litigation, trademark and copyright, and capital markets practices. She was an Articles Editor of the Georgia Law Review and served as a teaching assistant for legal research.
Previously, Vicky was a project assistant in the mergers and acquisitions practice of a national law firm in its Atlanta, Georgia office. She also served as a financial operations intern in the Hangzhou, China office of one of the largest banking and financial services organizations in the world and as a commercial real estate intern in the Atlanta, Georgia office of a large national commercial real estate brokerage firm specializing in real estate investment services.
Vicky is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
University of Georgia School of Law J.D. (2019) cum laude, CALI Award
Emory University Goizueta Business School B.B.A. (2013) Concentration in Finance, Dean's List
Emory University Continuing Education, Paralegal Certificate
Emory University, Certified Advanced Business Researcher
LexisNexis, Legal Research Certifcation and Professional Research Certification
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