Chong ChoeAssistant District Attorney Dallas County District Attorney’s Office
Chong Choe is an Assistant District Attorney for Dallas County. He handles a broad spectrum of matters, including real estate, corporate issues, litigation, administrative matters, legal advisory opinions and complex contractual cases. Formerly, he was a Managing Partner at Cho, Choe & Holen, P.C. and specialized in corporate, real estate and commercial litigation issues. Active in the community, Chong was President and a Board Member of the Korean American Coalition-Dallas Fort Worth Chapter. Chong also served as the Chair of the Korean American Coalition-National. Additionally, he served in various capacities with several other non-profit community organizations; some of the more significant positions he retains include serving as Senior Executive Vice-President for the Dallas-Fort Worth Asian American Citizens Council and as an appointee to the National Unification Advisory Council.
Prior to his current position, he served in the capacity of an Attorney Advisor for the United States Small Business Administration, which required expertise and review of issues involving various areas of law, including, but not limited to, corporate, real estate, probate, tax and administrative law in order to determine the appropriateness of entering into loan transactions involving property and assets in all fifty states, as well as the various U.S.territories.
Previous to his position with the United States Small Business Administration, Chong served in the capacities of Assistant to the Senior Vice President for Administration, Director of Equal Opportunity and Assistant General Counsel for the University of North Texas. [Other] previous positions include experience at both large and small law firms and clerking with both the First and Fourteenth State of Texas Courts of Appeals in Houston. As such, Chong has a broad range of expertise, including, but not limited to, corporate, securities, appellate, real estate, employment, intellectual property, licensing, immigration, criminal, health and administrative law.
He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with bachelor’s degrees in History and Chemistry, as well as the University of Houston Law Center with his Juris Doctorate. Additionally, he obtained his master’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of North Texas.