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Rong Zhou

Rong Zhou is an associate at the firm's Palo Alto office. She is a member of the Emerging Growth and Venture Capital practice group. Her practice encompassed a wide spectrum of activities, including cross-border mergers and acquisitions, venture capital financing, and comprehensive corporate governance advisory.  

Before joining the firm, Rong gained valuable experience at a prominent Silicon Valley law firm. During her time there, she demonstrated her expertise by representing a diverse client base of tech startups and investors in various transactional matters.  Rong's role extended to leading as the associate in charge of equity and debt financing initiatives on behalf of both startups and investors. Her responsibilities ranged from overseeing small angel investments to spearheading complex pre-IPO financing transactions involving multimillion-dollar investments.

Rong's commitment to excellence in the legal field was evident during her time in law school, where she served as an Executive Editor of the Hastings Business Law Journal, as well as an editor for the Year-In-Review of the ABA China Committee and contributed to the review of issues, including China's foreign investment landscape, further showcasing her dedication to staying informed about emerging trends in international business law.

  • China’s Carbon Emissions Trading Vol. No.51 ABA/SIL YIR (n.s.) (2016).
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