joseph kwon

Three things matter the most:
p
eople, empathy, and clarity.

Joseph is able to help his clients look at the big picture and focus on the most efficient legal solutions with empathy and clarity.

Throughout his career, he has represented and advised emerging companies, lawmakers, refugees, and corporations as a transactional attorney and litigator. He is experienced in negotiations, finding creative legal solutions and helping to amicably resolve disputes. 

Before Boon Legal, Joseph worked in diverse legal settings both large and small. He has both served a billion-dollar tech company as part of its in-house legal team, worked with local business and startups, and advised and lobbied for local non-profits.
 

Prior to attending law school, Joseph developed entrepreneurial experience building businesses in Tennessee, Kentucky, and Georgia.


Joseph is actively involved in the non-profit, immigrant, refugee, and entrepreneur communities in Nashville. He currently serves on the boards of several nonprofit organizations and is active with both the Tennessee Bar Association and Nashville Bar Association.

Joseph is licensed to practice in the State of Tennessee.

career timeline

Boon Legal

Joe Kwon Law

Tennessee Imigratnt and Refugee Rights Coalition

Law Office of Michael R. Tabler
SK hynix

University of Tennessee College of Law (JD)

HCK Restaurants Inc

SmarTech Tutoring LLC

University of Tennessee - Knoxville (BA)

publications/public speaking

Future-Proofing the Practice of Law

          Law Tech CLE 2020 | February 2020

Top Legal Issues for Startups

          SCORE / Pathway WBC | November 2019

community engagement

| Friends of Mill Ridge Park

          Board Member

| API Middle Tennessee

          Board Member

| Rejoice School of Ballet

          Interim Board Chair 

| Tennessee Youth Courts, Inc.

          Advisory Board Member

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