Wey-Wey Kwok has been a staff attorney at the Center for Medicare Advocacy since 2002. In addition to her work with the Litigation Unit, she represents Medicare beneficiaries in appealing coverage denials of home health and skilled nursing facility care. Previously, Ms. Kwok worked as an attorney with the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii in Hilo, Hawaii, specializing in family law, public benefits, and domestic and elder abuse. As a project attorney for the AARP Foundation's National Training Project, she designed and delivered materials and training on elder law for aging advocates across the country.
Ms. Kwok graduated magna cum laude from Yale University in 1991 and received her law degree in 1996 from the Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a Public Interest Law Scholar.