Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
The Law Offices of Donald P. Schweitzer, proudly announces a new attorney, Jonathan Kwong, to their firm.
Mr. Kwong will serve as an Associate Attorney, practicing Family Law, within the Law Offices of Donald P. Schweitzer.
According to Mr. Kwong, “I hope to further the firm’s pursuit of legal excellence. It is my desire to zealously represent all those walk through our office doors seeking legal advice and to help them navigate through the complexities of family law.”
Mr. Kwong recently passed the State Bar of California and had worked with the Law Offices of Donald P. Schweitzer since the Summer. The results of the exam results were made public on Sunday November 18, 2012. Mr. Kwong attended Boston College Law School where he graduated with a Juris Doctorate in 2011. He is also licensed to practice law in Massachusetts. He focused his studies on corporate transactions with an emphasis in cross-border business, specifically in China.
“I also hope to show compassion and empathy to our clients, for many of them it is one of the most difficult personal challenges they will encounter, " added Kwong.
When asked about Mr. Kwong passing the bar exam, his employer, Donald P. Schweitzer said, "We are very fortunate to have acquired another talented and hardworking attorney at our firm. Jonathan has top academic credentials and while working here during the summer he proved himself to be a high level researcher and writer. Our clients are getting the benefit of having Jonathan work on their cases because he produces what I consider to be excellent quality that is very difficult to match. There was never a doubt in my mind that Jonathan would pass the California State Bar. I now look forward to having him on our team."
Mr. Kwong attended University of California, Irvine where he graduated with honors and earned a Bachelor of Arts in History. After spending his entire life in Southern California, he moved across the country to attend Boston College Law School. He was the co-founder of the Law and Asia Society, which promoted the study and awareness of the impacts of Asian legal systems on American attorneys.