Jung Wook Choi, J.D.,
Attorney at Law – Of Counsel
Admitted to the Tennessee Bar since 2010
Licensed in the Tennessee Supreme Court
Attorney Jung Wook Choi graduated from Handong Global University in 2006 with a degree in Politics of Mass Communication. After graduation, he attended the Handong International Law School where he received his J.D. in 2009. He has been licensed to practice in the state of Tennessee since 2010.
Prior to working with Zhang & Associates, P.C., Attorney Choi worked as legal practitioner at a boutique immigration law firm in Korea, focusing his practice on U.S. immigration law, namely National Interest Waiver and various nonimmigrant visas such as B-1/B-2, E-1/E-2, H-1B and J-1 -- both of them include provision of services relating to Consular Processing procedures at U.S. consulate post in Korea.
From 2011 to 2013, Attorney Choi worked at the oldest intellectual property law firm in Korea where he took charge of international intellectual property rights prosecution and maintenance (both outbound and incoming) as a head of international intellectual property department. During his service at this IP law firm he assisted/represented various clients in course of prosecuting and maintaining their IP rights, both domestically and internationally. He also took part in the international IP infringement litigations as an Attorney at Law by rendering legal counsel and leading negotiations on wide variety of IP related transactions through a close legal cooperation with the firm’s Korean patent attorneys and a number of foreign patent attorneys.
At Zhang & Associates, P.C., Attorney Choi focuses his practice in U.S. immigration law in Permanent Residency for professionals with advanced degrees, i.e. medical doctors, engineering professors, artists and entrepreneurs. He also provides services in the field of intellectual property law and corporate law.
B.A., Politics of Mass Communication, Handong Global University, Korea
J.D., Handong International Law School, Korea
Tennessee State Bar Association
Fluent in English and Korean