Wendy Duong

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Wendy Duong (1959) is a law professor who writes cultural essays. She publishes fiction in English as Uyen Nicole Duong and also publishes in Vietnamese as Duong Nhu Nguyen.
Wendy Duong taken from her Sturm School of Law page in 2009

Duong worked in risk management in public education and became the first Vietnamese American judge in the United States in the early 1990s, after working with the Securities Exchange Commission. She resigned from the judgeship to travel Asia, where she became senior legal advisor for Mobil Asia-Pacific.

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Works by Wendy Duong

  • Gender issues in Vietnam – The Vietnamese Woman: Warrior and Poet (Article. University of Washington, College of Law: Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal March 2001).
  • Law is Law and Art is Art and Shall the Two Ever Meet? Law and Literature: the Comparative Creative Processes (Article. Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2005-2006)
  • The Long Saga of the Spratly Islands Elongated Sandbanks: Overview of the Territorial Disputes among Vietnam, China, and other Asean Nations in the South China Sea (Article. Currents International Trade Law Journal, Vol. 6, p. 47, 1997)

Wendy Duong Online