Chris M. Kwok
Christopher M. Kwok is a mediator with JAMS. Formerly, he was the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Coordinator at the U.S. Equal Employment Commission in the New York District office. Mr. Kwok oversaw approximately 800 employment law mediations per year and managed mediators in the Newark, Buffalo and Boston offices. He has personally mediated over 1000 matters so far in his career. Mr. Kwok is active in the Labor & Employment field as a trainer, lecturer and writer. Mr. Kwok has participated in speaking engagements for organizations including the American Bar Association, Practising Law Institute, New York City Bar, New York County Lawyers Association, Brooklyn Bar Association, Asian American Bar Association of New York, Metropolitan Black Bar Association, NYU Law School, Brooklyn Law School and many others.
He was the founding Co-Chair of the Labor & Employment Law Committee at the Asian American Bar Association of New York (AABANY). Currently, Mr. Kwok is Co-Chair of the Asia Practice Committee and Issues Committee at AABANY. He is also the founding Co-Chair of the Dispute Resolution Committee at the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA).
Mr. Kwok received his B.A from Cornell University with a major in Government and minor in Asian American studies. He earned his J.D. from UCLA Law School, where he was an Editor of the Asian American Pacific Islander Law Journal.