Jack C. Sung, Principal Attorney, is an immigrant himself and understands how overwhelming the immigration and visa process may be. Mr. Sung believes clients should have updates on their cases and direct access to current immigration law at all times. If you call, email, or text Reez and Associates, a team member will personally respond to your inquiry within 24 hours. His goal is to keep clients informed so that they can make the right choices.
Mr. Sung is a graduate of Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, CA. at Southwestern, he distinguished himself by receiving 3 CALI Excellence Awards for achieving the top grades in Contracts, Business Associations, and Sexual Orientation Law. He was also the Associate Editor for Southwestern’s Journal of Law & Trade. During law school, Mr. Sung was already a proponent of immigrant rights as he was an active volunteer with the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Immigration Legal Assistance Project. He also authored a published article in Southwestern’s Journal of Law and Trade where he argued for giving undocumented workers all the rights and remedies under the National Labor Relations Act. Mr. Sung is also fluent in Mandarin and proficient in Japanese.
Currently, Mr. Sung is an avid volunteer attorney with the Los Angeles Executive Office of Immigration Review Pro Bono Attorney Panel. He was recently nominated for the Public Service Attorney of the Year Award by Los Angeles County Bar Association.
Jack C. Sung's Volunteer Work:
Los Angeles Executive Office of Immigration Review Pro Bono Attorney Panel
Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Immigration Legal Assistance Project
Jack C. Sung's Memberships:
State Bar of California
Los Angeles County Bar Association Immigration Law Section
Taiwanese American Lawyers Association (台美律師協會)
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Jack C. Sung's Awards & Honors:
Nominated, Public Service Attorney of the Year Award by Los Angeles County Bar Association
Author, Killing Two Birds With One Stone: Giving Undocumented Workers All the Rights and Remedies Under the National Labor Relations Act Deters Employers from Hiring and Exploiting Them, 13 SW. J.L. & Trade Am. 155 (2007).
Associate Editor, Journal of Law & Trade in the Americas (2006-2007)
Staff Member, Journal of Law & Trade in the Americas (2005-2007)
CALI Excellence Award, Contracts
CALI Excellence Award, Business Associations
CALI Excellence Award, Sexual Orientation Law
Jack C. Sung's Legal Clerkships:
Honorable Senior Judge Takasugi in the 9th Circuit Federal Court
Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office
Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office