Kenneth Tea received his JD from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa after completing his BA in African & African-American Studies at Stanford University. He is the son of Cambodian refugees. Prior to law school, Kenneth worked as a case manager for unhoused and mentally-ill adults in San Francisco. While in law school, Kenneth interned for the Federal Public Defender in Hawaiʻi, the Hawai’i Innocence Project, and UHM’s Refugee and Immigration Law Clinic. Kenneth was also on the Native American Moot Court team. Through IJC, Kenneth will be working for Immigrant Defenders in Los Angeles, providing representation to unaccompanied minors.