Ada K. Wong



Ada K. Wong is a civil litigation attorney. Her practice focuses on personal injury (auto collisions, mold infestation, wrongful death) , employment law (sexual harassment, wrongful termination, wage and hour, employment discrimination), and civil rights (Fourth Amendment, excessive force).

She is licensed to practice in all California and Washington state courts, the Northern District of California, the Eastern District of California, the Western District of Washington, the Eastern District of Washington, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Ada is a California native who received her B.A. in Communication from UC Davis in 2007. After graduation, she worked at Heller Ehrman LLP in its San Francisco headquarters until its dissolution in late 2008. She then received her J.D. with a Dispute Resolution Concentration in 2012 from the University of Washington School of Law.

While at UW, Ada served as Executive Managing Editor of Production on the Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal. She was also very active in Moot Court competitions and represented UW at the Thomas Tang International Moot Court Competition as a regional semi-finalist in both Los Angeles and Atlanta.  Ada now serves as a coach for mock trial and appellate advocacy teams at the law school.

Ada has interned at the Seattle City Attorney’s Office, Civil Division; U.S. Attorney’s Office, Tax Division; Sacramento District Attorney’s Office; and with Judge Andrea Darvas of the King County Superior Court.

She is also a proud member of the William L. Dwyer American Inns of Court, ABAW (Asian Bar Association of Washington), and WSAJ (Washington State Association for Justice). Ada is also currently on the Editorial Board of The Bencher, a bi-monthly publication from the American Inns of Court and is the Co-President-Elect of VABAW (Vietnamese Asian Bar Association of Washington).

While she is not working, you can find Ada at the gym or running around Greenlake.

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