Janice Cho earned her Bachelor's Degree, with honors, from the University of Chicago and her Juris Doctorate degree from Northwestern University School of Law. After law school, Ms. Cho began her career representing low-income monolingual domestic violence survivors in family law and immigration law matters. She thereafter opened her own private practice continuing to work exclusively in the areas of family law and immigration law.
Ms. Cho has supervised legal clinics, provided technical assistance to pro bono attorneys, and provided trainings on family law and immigration law. In addition to being an Adjunct Professor at John F. Kennedy School of Law where she taught “Racism and the Law,” she is a member of the Alameda County Bar Association’s Family Law Section and the Contra Costa County Bar Association’s Family Law Section. She is currently President of Alameda County Bar Association’s Volunteer Legal Services Corporation (VLSC). When not working, Ms. Cho enjoys camping, hiking and biking with her husband and her two daughters.