Alex Wu advises business entities and individuals on a broad range of federal, state, and international tax planning and controversy matters. A native of Los Angeles, he received his undergraduate degree in computer science from Harvard College, graduate degrees in political science from Columbia University, and his law degree from Yale Law School.
Prior to joining Wood LLP, Alex was a tax associate with large international law firms in New York and California. His experience includes advising public and private clients on tax issues arising in cross-border mergers and acquisitions, real estate investment trusts, and real estate mortgage investment conduits. He has structured and advised private equity funds, and been involved in restructurings, bankruptcies, and capital markets transactions. Alex also served as a fellow at UCLA’s School of Law, where he taught courses on U.S. International Taxation and Tax Policy.
|Member, State Bar of New York, 2011
Member, State Bar of California, 2015
|Yale Law School, J.D., 2010
Executive Editor, Yale Journal on Regulation
Columbia University, M.Phil., Political Science, 2007
Columbia University, M.A., Political Science, 2005
Harvard College, A.B., Computer Science, 2004
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