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Warren Loui
USC Gould School of Law

Warren Loui

Lecturer in Law

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699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: August 25, 2020




Warren Loui is a partner at Winston & Strawn LLP in Los Angeles. He has more than 35 years of experience representing lenders and issuers in financings and restructurings, with particular experience in acquisition financings and the automobile and entertainment industries.

His practice also includes structured financings, and he has done pro bono work for two social enterprise loan funds. In addition, Loui assists investors and companies on various corporate transactions.

Among his list of awards and accolades, Loui is listed in the International Financial Law Review’s 1000 World’s Leading Lawyers, as well as a Super Lawyer by Los Angeles Magazine for banking. He also currently serves or has served on the boards of numerous professional and community organizations.

Loui frequently speaks about the legal issues affecting his practice at various industry seminars and conferences. Some of his engagements include National Asian Pacific American Bar Association conventions and National Asian American conferences on Law and Policy, the Inaugural California Diversity and Leadership Conference, Asia Securitization Conferences, and the ADB Conference on Asian Debt Restructuring. He also is a lecturer in law at the USC Gould School of Law School, where he lectures on secured transactions.

Loui earned his JD and MBA from Stanford University, where he was associate editor of the Stanford Law Review. He also holds a BS degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Loui is admitted to the state bars of California and New York.

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