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Moon, Park & Associates is a full-service, general practice law firm
committed to finding innovative solutions to our clients’ legal problems.  

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is a great place to work.  If you consider joining us, please check out the
career opportunity announcement below.

We look forward to hearing from you.  

Thank you.




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