Managing Attorney Phillip Kim
Attorney Phillip Kim received a Juris Doctor degree from Lewis and Clark Law School, accredited by American Bar Association, located in Portland, Oregon.
Attorney Phillip Kim has worked for Justice Kistler (now in Oregon Supreme Court), Justice Brewer (now in Oregon Supreme Court), and Judge Wollheim at the Court of Appeals of Oregon in 2003. The Court of Appeals of Oregon is one of the busiest courts in the United States with a heavy workload. At the Court, Attorney Phillip Kim advised the Court on whether to grant or deny numerous motions on a variety of legal issues in lawsuits.
Attorney Phillip Kim is licensed to practice Immigration Law in all jurisdictions in the United States including, but not limited to, California, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Texas, New York, and Florida. Attorney Phillip Kim has also represented his clients in the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and 9th Circuit.
Attorney Phillip Kim is a member of American Bar Association (ABA), American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Washington D.C. Bar, Mississippi Bar, and Commonwealth Bar.
Senior Attorney Gai Yi Wong
Attorney Gai Yi Wong is a Senior Attorney with the Phillip Kim Law Center.
Prior to joining the Phillip Kim Law Center, Attorney Wong has helped victims of abuse obtain restraining orders in Family Law Court. That personal experience with helping victims of abuse led Attorney Wong to the interest in the area of immigration law. Attorney Wong is currently a member of the California Bar Association and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California.
– English, Cantonese, and Mandarin
– All California State Courts
– Supreme Court of California
– U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California
– State Bar of California
– American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
– American Bar Association (ABA)
– Fresno County Bar Association
– Fresno County Women’s Lawyers
– San Joaquin College of Law; Fresno, CA
– California State University; Fresno, CA
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