David D. Yang, Attorney
David Yang is an associate with Green and Associates. Mr. Yang's practice concentrates on litigation (civil, administrative and criminal). He began his career at Green and Associates with a wealth of experience in criminal law and an undying passion for the law. A second-generation Korean-American, Mr. Yang understands the importance of an unyielding work ethic. The son of immigrant parents, he understands that success can only be earned through the diligent dedication to one's practice. Mr. Yang works relentlessly to be an attorney who represents his clients with dedicated preparation, excellent judgment and winning execution. Mr. Yang attended the University of California, Los Angeles where he majored in Political Science. It was there that he realized his dream of becoming an advocate of the law. After earning his B.A. in Political Science with honors, magna cum laude, Mr. Yang enrolled at Loyola Law School where he earned his Juris Doctor degree. During law school, he had the opportunity to work as a law clerk in the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. He gained extensive experience in criminal law and procedure in the Target Crimes Division / Crimes Against Police Officer's Section. In 2009, Mr. Yang was admitted to the California State Bar. Committed to giving back to his community, Mr. Yang works on pro bono cases at Green and Associates. He also serves as a youth counselor at his local church. He believes that it should be a priority to provide high school students with meaningful opportunities to succeed. He helps these students participate in volunteer opportunities, advises them in their academic courses and assists them through the college admissions process.
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