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Benjamin Hahm, ESQ.
He is a trial lawyer who has tried hundreds of cases before judges in the City of New York. Known for his eloquence, command of facts, and straight-shooting, Jeffrey has amassed an excellent reputation as a formidable trial advocate. He has secured numerous favorable verdicts in accident cases. In 2008, Jeffrey became the founder and President of the Queens Asian Bar Association, a position he continues to retain, and his counsel, advice and guidance are sought by numerous and prominent civic and elected leaders.
Jessica Sin, Esq. is currently in private practice at the Law Office of Jessica Sin. Prior to beginning her own practice, Jessica began her career as a staff attorney at the Administration for Children’s Services, where she honed her litigation skills through daily court appearances, conferences, hearings and trials. Thereafter, Jessica joined the Assigned Counsel Plan and Law Guardian Panel, where she represents indigent individuals in all areas of family law, including custody, child support, visitation, orders of protection, foster care litigation and juvenile delinquency matters.
Jessica is admitted to the New York Bar, is a member of the Queens County Bar Association, co-chairing the Young Lawyer’s Committee, and serving on the Family Law Committee and Juvenile Justice Committee. She is also a state delegate with the Queens County Women’s Bar Association. Jessica provides monthly pro bono services at Korean Martyrs church.
Jessica completed graduated from Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School.
Jessica concentrates her practice in family and divorce law matters and has extensive experience serving the Korean Community.
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Jessica Sin, ESQ.
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Jeffrey Kim, ESQ.
Meet The Officers
Here are the current officers of the Queens-Asian Bar Association.
Edmond W. Wong, ESQ.
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Edmond W. Wong focuses his practice primarily in the area of real estate law. Mr. Wong obtained his bachelor of arts degree from Hofstra University and his Juris Doctorate degree from St. John's University School of Law.
Prior to starting the Law Office of Edmond W. Wong, Mr. Wong represented the Chinese community in both the State and Federal Courts. He has advised Chinese immigrants in areas of criminal defense law, immigration law and real estate law. He continues to devote much of his time to assisting members of the Asian community navigate through the judicial system.
As a long time resident of Queens County, Mr. Wong strives to assist the residents of Queens in the most zealous manner.