Caleb Johnson is a third-year M.A./J.D. candidate studying concurrently at the Jackson School of Global Affairs and Harvard Law School.  Through his coursework, he is exploring the effects of culture on legal systems and norms, with a particular focus on the countries of East Asia.  Prior to entering graduate school, Caleb served for half a decade as an Officer in the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps, including two years with a medical unit in South Korea and a deployment to Iraq with the 82nd Airborne Division.  In addition, he was attached to various units at Ft. Bragg, NC prior to his departure from active duty.  Caleb is a passionate student of foreign languages and cultures, and graduated with honors from the United States Military Academy in 2014 with a B.S. in Chinese & Russian.  While at USMA, he also chaired the West Point Japanese Forum and received awards for excellence in Chinese and environmental engineering.  Caleb completed a year of post-baccalaureate studies in East Asian languages at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Delaware as well, and has continued his coursework in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean at both Harvard and Yale.  He has also spent significant time studying at civilian and military institutions across East Asia, most recently at Yonsei University in South Korea.  Outside of his studies, Caleb is interested in diplomacy, orienteering, and modern Asian cinema and literature.  Upon graduation, he will be joining the Tokyo and Washington, D.C. offices of a major global law firm.