Ken Liu joined the Christian Legal Society as the director of Christian Legal Aid in 2014. He is passionate about helping to start and grow Christian Legal Aid programs around the country. Ken has served with Good Samaritan Advocates (GSA), a Christian Legal Aid program in suburban Washington, D.C. in multiple capacities as volunteer attorney, board member, clinic co-director, and president. Through his work with GSA, Ken is experienced in providing legal and spiritual counseling to low-income clients, and in many aspects of managing a legal aid program, including starting a program, recruiting and training volunteers, board governance, and fundraising.
Ken is also an attorney at Gammon & Grange, P.C, where he has practiced intellectual property and nonprofit law since 2001. He serves a broad range of nonprofits, churches, ministry organizations, and small businesses. Through his work there, Ken has extensive knowledge in the operational and legal aspects of nonprofit organizations and ministries.
Ken is a proud Wahoo from the University of Virginia and a graduate of Cornell Law School. He lives with his wife and two boys in northern Virginia and worships at St. Mary’s Orthodox Church in Falls Church, VA.