Hamilton Chan brings his wealth of business and legal experience to launching and heading the new Executive Education program at Loyola Law School.
After graduating from Harvard College (phi beta kappa and magna cum laude with highest honors), Hamilton worked as an investment banker for JP Morgan in Hong Kong and New York, in Mergers & Acquisitions for the Telecoms, Media and Leading Technology Group. Following JP Morgan, Hamilton attended and graduated from Harvard Law School.
After Harvard Law, Hamilton worked at the law firm of Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP as a Corporate Associate, where he represented clients including Berkshire Hathaway, Kobe Bryant and Universal, among others. He then worked at MGM as Business Affairs Counsel in the Motion Picture Group, where he negotiated and drafted writer, actor, director and producer contracts on behalf of the studio.
As Director of Executive Education and Visiting Professor of Business and Technology at Loyola Law School, Hamilton aims to deliver practical and high impact education to executives through the rich platform of Loyola Law School. Courses will cover professional development skills and practical and relevant legal content for lawyers and non-lawyers. The Executive Education program aligns closely with Hamilton’s purpose of furthering lifelong learning and fulfillment, while helping individuals self-optimize.