Yongjoo Kwon focuses his practice on construction litigation, to include construction contracts, government contracts, claims, litigation and alternative forms of dispute resolution. Yongjoo’s background in architectural engineering and his field experience as a construction manager on major construction projects superbly qualify him to advise clients on matters related to construction issues and disputes.

Yongjoo Kwon focuses his practice on construction litigation, to include construction contracts, government contracts, claims, litigation and alternative forms of dispute resolution. Yongjoo’s background in architectural engineering and his field experience as a construction manager on major construction projects superbly qualify him to advise clients on matters related to construction issues and disputes.

Yongjoo has assisted with various stages of construction litigation, including discovery, complex claims, settlement and trial. He has prepared and negotiated construction contracts and advised clients with respect to bond claims and disputes.

Yongjoo earned his Juris Doctor degree from The George Washington University Law School. He also interned with Chief Administrative Judge Ronnie A. Yoder of the United States Department of Transportation and Magistrate Judge Deborah A. Robinson of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. 

He graduated from the renowned Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea with a degree in architectural engineering.