Bingzi (Leona) Hu is a Senior Associate Attorney at L. David Wolfe, P.C. Founded in 1981, the Law Office of L. David Wolfe, P.C. is a prestigious and nationally recognized law firm consisting of lawyers specializing in the areas of criminal defense, civil litigation and administrative law.
Over the past 35 years, Mr. Wolfe and his team have tried many high profile cases in Georgia courts and federal courts throughout the country. At L. David Wolfe, P.C., Leona engages in a variety of criminal and civil cases at both state and federal levels, including securities fraud, bank fraud, bankruptcy fraud, money laundering, and violation of civil rights.
Leona obtained her Juris Doctor’s degree from Georgia State University College of Law. After that, she pursued further studies in Federal Criminal Defense and Practices and obtained an LL.M. degree from Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law. Prior to coming to the United States, Leona had a Master’s degree in Civil and Commercial Law and a Bachelor’s degree in Economic Law from Beijing Technology and Business University.
In November 2003, Leona had the honor to help Mr. Wang Tian, Deputy to the National People’s Congress of China, with a legislation project. Leona was responsible for the suggestion draft of Law of Mega Store. The draft was submitted to the 12th NPC by Mr. Wang, which was reported by more than ten media as “the very first time a Deputy to the NPC proposes a complete suggestion draft of law in China”. Later, the draft was partly adopted by Ministry of Commerce of China.
Leona joined NACA in 2009 and served as NACA’s Secretary since 2015. In December 2015, she represented NACA in hosting the China Judicial Reform Committee Delegation, participated in the Delegations’ meeting with the Georgia Supreme Court, and helped the communication between the Delegation and the Supreme Court Justices. In November 2010 she helped organize NACA’s very first U.S-China Business Conference, hosting over 200 attendees and 25 guest speakers. Moreover, Leona published more than 20 articles/reports on NACA events at NACA’s official website and local Chinese newspapers.