Corinne Chen | Romano Law

Corinne Chen

Associate Attorney

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Admitted

New York State Bar (2020)

Law School

New York Law School, J.D. (2019)

University

University of California, Riverside, B.A. (Sociology, Law & Society, 2010)

Corinne Chen is a graduate of New York Law School, where she is a member of the Innovation Center for Law and Technology, and Center for International Law.

She earned a Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution in part from competing in and coaching for the American Bar Association’s Arbitration Competition, where she strategized with a team on legal theories and defenses for arbitration in comparison to trial proceedings.

Prior to joining Romano Law, Corinne completed a judicial internship under the Honorable Leo M. Gordon at the United States Court of International Trade in New York, where Corinne drafted and reviewed memorandums regarding disputes on HTSUS classification and anti-dumping and countervailing duties.  Prior to her judicial internship, Corinne completed a legal internship at AQR Capital Management, LLC as a member of the legal and compliance team, where she analyzed investment management agreements and side letters to help structure internal document discovery system.

Corinne is conversationally fluent in Mandarin and a food enthusiast who is always on the look-out for good eats.

Blog Entries

  • Financial Relief for Workers Laid Off or Working Reduced Hours Due to the Coronavirus

    If you have been laid off or had your hours reduced because of the coronavirus, your financial concerns have likely skyrocketed. Federal and state governments are attempting to address these issues and provide assistance to workers. However, the rules are continuously changing to adapt to these circumstances. That can be confusing and keep your head


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  • How to Protect Trade Secrets in New York

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