PatrickM. Talbot, J.D. has served on the Steering Committee for the Advocates Asia Conference 2014 and helped found the Indonesian Christian Legal Society. Professor Talbot, an International Commercial Law Attorney, currently teaches law at Universitas Pelita Harapan in Lippo Karawaci, Indonesia. While practicing law in Miami, Florida for 12 years, he studied with the Daniel Iverson Center for Christian Studies and served with Miami Youth for Christ and Trinity Church’s Peacemaker Ministry bringing hope to families in Miami’s Inner City Neighborhoods. In 2005, he moved his family of 8 to South Korea to teach at Handong International Law School and served as a Teaching Elder for Handong International Church. In South Korea, he coached the International Commercial Arbitration Vis Moot Team to receive 1st Place in the Pan Asian Competition in Hong Kong in 2012. He led and supervised vision and mission trips to Cambodia, organizing and planning academic seminars with Cambodian universities and NGOs. Inspired by Advocates International’s founder, Sam Ericson, Professor Talbot has spoken in over 11 countries and has a vision to bring higher Christian thinking to Law and Justice by helping to develop the Institute for Christian Legal Studies International. He has authored such articles as “Social Responsibility in Corporate Investment,” and “Concerning Summary Repatriations of Sex-Trafficking Victims Out of Cambodia.” His current project is a Student Handbook on the intersection of Christianity and Law. He graduated from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, he received his Juris Doctorate Degree from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA.