Adam Church is a third-year law student from Chagrin Falls, Ohio. He transferred to the University of Michigan Law School after completing his first year at Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. Adam graduated cum laude from Case Western Reserve University in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in English and minors in Film Studies and Japanese. Prior to law school, Adam spent a year studying abroad in Tokyo, Japan at Waseda University, where he earned a certificate in Japanese language. At Michigan, in addition to his work with the journal Adam is a member of Phi Kappa Phi and the Asia Law Society. Adam has previously worked as an student attorney with the Washington University Law School Entrepreneurship & Intellectual Property Clinic during his 1L summer, and with the Transactional Lab & Clinic at Michigan during his 2L winter semester. During his 2L summer, Adam worked as a summer associate with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, and spent time in both the firm’s New York and Tokyo offices.