Chan Du is an attorney in the Morgan & Morgan’s Veteran’s Legal Group. Ms. Du was born in China and spent her childhood immersed in the diverse cultures of China, Thailand, and Canada. She graduated with honors from McGill University in Canada with an Honors Bachelors of Arts in History with a minor in Psychology.
Ms. Du found her passion for giving a voice to the voiceless through exposure to countries and populations of socioeconomic diversity and truly understanding what it means to be unheard. She went on to graduate cum laude from the University of Florida Levin College of Law where she became Articles Editor for the Florida Journal of International Law, received a Book Award for Global Corporate Compliance, and received Best Note for her article “The Tragedy of Consumerism and Labor in China: A Story of Misaligned Incentives.” Ms. Du also received pro bono honors for her work in the Defense Clinic. Prior to joining the Veterans Legal Group, Ms. Du has work experience from the State Attorney’s Office, Office of the Public Defender, in-house at a fortune 500 company, and in the practice of Social Security Disability.
- Veterans Benefits
- The Florida Bar
- McGill University, B.A. Honors, 2013
- University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D., 2016