AAPI Month Spotlight: Attorney Margaret Wong

In honor of AAPI Heritage Month, Greater Cleveland Partnership is spotlighting one of the Cleveland Asian community’s most successful and inspirational members (and COSE member since 1980), attorney Margaret W. Wong.

A native of Hong Kong, Margaret moved to the United States in 1969. After earning her J.D. at the University at Buffalo Law School, she moved to Cleveland in 1977. One year later, she opened her own firm, focusing on immigration law. Today Margaret W. Wong & Associates, LLC, has more than 60 employees and offices in nine cities, with a headquarters at 3150 Chester Avenue.

Margaret is an adjunct professor of immigration law at CWRU and the author of several books, including “The Immigrant’s Way.” She is a tireless supporter of Cleveland, immigrants and the local Asian community. This May, her firm is a sponsor of the 2023 Cleveland Asian Festival.

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