Young Walgenkim has been passionate about fighting for the rights of consumers since childhood. Growing up as a son of Korean immigrants, Young witnessed his parents repeatedly fall victim to scams and unscrupulous businesses. During law school, Young worked at the Financial Fraud/Consumer Protection section of the Oregon Department of Justice, where he learned the skills to fight for the rights of consumers.
Since starting his law practice in 2012, Young has been suing car dealers all across the state for numerous violations of state and federal law. Whatever your problem may be, Young is eager to stand up against car dealers on your behalf.
Queen Mary-University College London
LL.M. in Common Law, with Merit
P.G. Dip. in Legal Theory and History, with Merit
P.G. Cert. in Economic Regulation, with Distinction
Willamette University College of Law, J.D., Magna Cum Laude, Willamette Law Review
University of California, Irvine, B.A.
Killing “Zombie Debt” Through Clarity and Consistency in the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 24 Loyola Consumer Law Review 65 (2011).
National Association of Consumer Advocates
Oregon State Bar Consumer Law Section Executive Committee
Oregon Trial Lawyers Association – Guardian of Justice
Admitted in United States District Court for the District of Oregon
Oregon Superlawyers – Rising Star (2015 – 2022)
Marion-Polk Pro Bono New Lawyer of the Year (2017)