Education & Degrees

- Master of Law (LL.M.)
Georgetown University Law Center (Washington, D.C.)

- Bachelor of Arts in Law (LL. B.)
College of Law
Hanyang University (Seoul, Korea)

Bar Admissions

- New York Court of Appeals
- Virginia Supreme Court


- American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
- Virginia State Bar
- New York State Bar

Professional Biography

- Former Member, Human Relations Advisory Committee
Fairfax County Public Schools, Virginia

- In-house Legal Consultant of Construction Company in VA

- Senior Manager, LG Group, Seoul , Korea

Practice Areas

- Immigration Law
- Business / Corporate Law
- Real Estate / Landlord & Tenant
- Korean Legal Forms
Sea Young Woo, Esq.

Phone: (703) 941-7395
(ext 106)
Fax: (703) 941-6252
Sea Young Woo, Esquire
Moon, Park & Associates, Attorneys at Law
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