Hansen Tong joined Kelly Warner’s technology law team after spending several years at Northrop Grumman Space Technology Center where he worked with the mechanical satellite components team. Now a legal strategist at Kelly Warner, Mr. Tong lends his considerable talents to cases involving practical high-tech considerations. In addition to being the resident rocket-tech geek, Mr. Tong handles online defamation, Internet copyright and cyber gambling litigation.
A Broad Scholar, Hansen Tong graduated from Michigan State University in 2005 with a degree in Supply Chain Management. After gaining valuable real world experience, Hansen returned to Loyola Law School where from he graduated in 2012.
An active member of Loyola Law’s student body, Mr. Tong was a founding member of the Loyola Law School Human Rights Clinic and a Research Editor for the Loyola International and Comparative Law Review. A talented writer and logistician, while still in law school, Mr. Tong wrote a pair of amicus curiae briefs to the Inter-American Court on Human Rights.
When Hansen is not lawyering or keeping up with the latest in technology and engineering news, you can find him on the slopes in the winter and on the waves in the summer.
Mr. Tong is licensed to practice law in the State of California.