Linda Wong named a “Diverse Attorney of the Year” by the New Jersey Law Journal

October 8, 2019 | by Wong Fleming

Wong Fleming is pleased to announce Linda Wong has been named a Diverse Attorney of the Year by the New Jersey Law Journal. Ms. Wong is recognized in the third biannual Diverse Attorneys of the Year for her passion and commitment to the law as well as to advancing diversity in the legal profession. The Law Journal will feature each honoree in an upcoming special magazine.

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About Linda Wong

Linda Wong is the CEO and Managing Partner of Wong Fleming. She is Chair of the Firm’s Employment and Labor Law Practice Group and Chair of the Trial, Insurance Defense and Coverage Practice Group, and the Intellectual Property Practice Group. Linda Wong is a leading authority on employment law and civil litigation. She concentrates her practice on employment, commercial, insurance defense and intellectual property matters, involving terminations, harassment, contract disputes, insurance coverage, general liability defense, trademark and copyright actions and restrictive covenants. She has also handled litigation involving Title IX and other related matters involving discrimination and harassment in collegiate and high school athletics and constitutional claims involving public entities.

In 2005, Ms. Wong was the recipient of the Trailblazer Award from the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association. This award recognizes the outstanding achievements, commitment, and leadership of NAPABA lawyers who have paved the way for the advancement of other Asian Pacific American attorneys and made contributions that demonstrate vision, courage, and tenacity which have resulted in a substantial and lasting contribution to the Asian Pacific American legal community, as well as the Asian Pacific American community at large. She is a frequent presenter at national and local bar associations and is a trainer and consultant on employment law issues, including sexual harassment for major corporations and public institutions.

Ms. Wong received her juris doctorate in 1982 from Rutgers School of Law and her bachelor’s degree in 1976 from Rutgers University. She is admitted to practice in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. and has been recognized as a Super Lawyer in the area of Employment & Labor Law from 2005 through 2019.