Kang is a trial lawyer who focuses on commercial litigation and eminent domain. He has second chair trial experience, first chair deposition experience, and argued various motions in state and federal courts.
Since joining the firm, Kang has authored four appellate briefs for the Supreme Court of Virginia and was lead associate for a litigation project that involved over 300 cases spread throughout the federal courts of West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina. Before joining the firm, Kang clerked for Judge John M. Tran at Fairfax County Circuit Court.
Kang routinely advises Fortune 500 companies, government contractors, and small businesses on matters related to contracts, construction, employment, business torts, and zoning. In his spare time, Kang enjoys skiing and rooting for the UNC Tar Heels. Go Heels! In college, Kang studied German literature and philosophy. During law school, Kang served as an editor for the William & Mary Law Review and competed on the National Trial Team.
Named to “Virginia Rising Stars,” General Litigation, Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters, 2021
Named to "Legal Elite: Young Lawyer," Virginia Business, 2020