ChaHee Lee Olson
Civil Litigation; Construction Law; Construction Defect Litigation; Tort Litigation; Business and Real Estate Law; Business Immigration; Estate Planning and Probate Litigation
1999, California; U.S District Court for the Central District of California
Northeastern University School of Law, JD
State Bar of California
ChaHee Lee Olson was admitted to practice law in California in 1999, and began her career as a litigation associate with a boutique construction and business law firm in Los Angeles. She specialized in the field of Construction Law, representing contractors in public and private works construction contract disputes, while also handling matters involving real estate, tort liability, eminent domain, construction defect, probate, and business immigration.
Prior to law school, ChaHee received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from Mount Holyoke College. After graduating college and working as a litigation paralegal in New York, ChaHee pursued her legal education at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston. During law school, ChaHee served as an extern for federal district judges in New York and Los Angeles, and also worked as a volunteer for the Boston Legal Services, representing low-income clients in employment dispute matters.
As a native of Japan and fluent in Japanese, ChaHee has managed teams of Japanese language document review attorneys on large-scale electronic discovery projects involving foreign corrupt practices and antitrust matters.
yoga, singing, dancing, skiing, and golfing