Associate Adam V. Truong’s practice focuses on general litigation matters. In 201,3 he graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. He then earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of California, Hastings College of Law in 2017.
During law school, Mr. Truong was an editor for the Hastings Business Law Journal and a senior notes editor for the Constitutional Law Quarterly. He was also a competitor in and board member of the UC Hastings Moot Court department where he competed in, coached and organized moot court competitions. Additionally, he mentored first year law students as a teaching assistant in legal writing and research. As an alumnus, he continues to volunteer as a judge for UC Hastings’ moot court teams.
Outside of the classroom, Mr. Truong worked throughout his law school career on general business litigation and employment law practices. Moreover, as a passionate believer in diversity and inclusion, he was an active member in the Hastings Association of Youth Advocacy, the Vietnamese Association of Law Students and the Pilipino Association of Law Students.
Mr. Truong has been an active member of the State Bar of California since December 2017. Prior to joining the Bledsoe law firm in 2018, he worked for a San Francisco law office which serves the Vietnamese community in the areas of personal injury, landlord-tenant, and employment law. In addition to his legal skills, he is fluent in Vietnamese.
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