Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law & Policy Fellow,
A.B. Harvard College, 2004
M.A. Columbia University, 2005
M.Phil. Columbia University, 2007
J.D. Yale Law School, 2010
Alexander Wu is a Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law & Policy Fellow and Assistant Adjunct Professor at UCLA School of Law for 2013-2015. His primary areas of interest are taxation and commercial law.
Wu received his A.B. in computer science from Harvard College in 2004, his M.Phil. in political science from Columbia University's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in 2007, and his J.D. from Yale Law School in 2010. A member of the New York Bar, he was a tax attorney with the international law firm Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in New York, where his work focused on tax aspects of various business and financial transactions.
Wu has written about technical terminations of partnership taxation in the Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Real Estate Journal, and his work on fiduciary duties in bankruptcy is published in the Yale Journal on Regulation. His article on international taxation, which compares international taxation with other regulatory regimes and discusses the implications of non-tax regulation for international tax policy analysis, is forthcoming in the Virginia Tax Review and is available online.