William Oh is passionate about immigration justice, public defense, and economic justice, and he is deeply committed to working towards a larger vision of abolition and full citizenship for all. William earned a B.A. from Harvard College where he studied social anthropology and ethnicity, migration, and rights with a focus on Asian American studies. Prior to law school, he was the lead youth organizer at the HANA Center in Chicago, where he worked together with immigrant youth to fight for expanded sanctuary and police-free schools. William is proud to hail from Los Angeles County and is the first in his family to attend law school.