Cooper Levenson is pleased to announce that Young Yoon has joined the firm. Yoonwill work in the firm’s Cherry Hill office, in the Defense Litigation Practice Group.
Yoon has significant experience with auto property damage lawsuits through trial or settlement. Young’s background also includes residential and commercial real estate transactional work.
While in law school, Yoon worked with the Community Health Law Project in Collingswood, where he handled matters involving developmentally disabled clients and tenant rights with regard to housing habitability. He also interned with the office of New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez, where he worked on mortgage modification issues for constituents and Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants.
We are very happy to welcome Young to the Cooper Levenson team. His background will be a great fit for our Defense Litigation Practice Group,” said Kenneth J. Calemmo, chief operating officer of Cooper Levenson.
Yoon is admitted to the District Court of New Jersey and the Southern District of New York. He is fluent in Korean. Young is a member of the South Jersey Korean-American Association.
Young graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and from Rutgers School of Law with a Juris Doctor.
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