Beginning in 2023, Roy Delbyck is Of Counsel to Keesal Young & Logan. Roy lives and works in Hong Kong where he operates the Law Offices of Roy Ian Delbyck, which he opened in 1993.
Roy’s primary practice is in the customs and trade area. He represents companies at all points in the supply chain — factories, trading companies, buying agents and importers — on issues arising from the sale of products into the US and other markets. His work includes negotiating sourcing-related agreements and advising on free trade agreements and customs requirements generally, such as those regarding the prohibition against forced labor. Prior to opening his firm, Roy was a partner in the Hong Kong office of Baker McKenzie and an associate in the Hong Kong and San Francisco offices of Graham & James. Roy attended law school at the University of California, Davis where he was co-Managing Editor of the UC Davis Law Review. He received his undergraduate degree from Connecticut College where he studied Chinese. Between college and law school, Roy worked in the Hong Kong and Taiwan buying offices of a Cleveland-based apparel company.
Roy is on the Board of Directors for the Museum of Chinese in America in New York City, where he also serves as the Secretary and sits on the Executive Committee. He is a Council Member of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong.