Jihee is an experienced complex commercial litigator in Harris Bricken’s Portland office. She represents clients in business, intellectual property, and real estate matters. Having worked extensively in both federal and state courts, Jihee advises her clients from case intake through arbitration and trial. Over the course of her career, she has successfully prepared and argued numerous procedural and substantive motions, regularly conducted and defended depositions, and mediated disputes when appropriate.
Jihee takes the time to understand her clients’ business needs in order to provide an effective and tailored approach to each case. Her deep understanding of litigation procedure, dynamic manner of advocating for her clients, and high attention to detail ensure that her clients feel confident throughout the dispute resolution process.
Prior to joining Harris Bricken, Jihee worked at Baker & Hostetler in Los Angeles, where she served as the lead attorney on several cases and mentored junior associates. Jihee graduated from the UCLA School of Law with a Business Law and Policy Specialization, and she served as a research assistant to Professor Sung Hui Kim on securities regulation issues throughout her third year of law school.
Outside of work, Jihee enjoys traveling, reading, and exploring the Pacific Northwest with her husband and Australian Shepherd, Bear.
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