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Bridget represented me in my divorce and child custody case. I can’t recommend her enough. Bridget was... more
San Francisco  Bridget C. Ausman-Mckinley

Bridget Ausman-Mckinley

San Francisco, CA Litigation
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OMG! just got off the phone with Isaac. He is extremely knowledgeable about SF Real Estate Law and asked all... more
San Francisco  Isaac Michael Safier

Isaac Safier

San Francisco, CA Landlord & Tenant
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My experience with Steve was exceptional. Not only did he take care of my case professionally and tactfully,... more
San Francisco  Steve C Vondran

Steve Vondran

San Francisco, CA Real Estate
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Its not everyday that you find someone working in the US Government that goes out of their way to help you.... more
San Francisco  April Anne Hesik

April Hesik

San Francisco, CA Lawyer
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Arkady consulted for me on an unemployment appeal that I wasn't likely to win. With his advice and expertise,... more
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Arkady Itkin

San Francisco, CA Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 9.3
Mr wang and his staff are very knowledgable and make u feel really confident and comfortable for the whole... more
San Francisco  Justin Xiaohe Wang

Justin Wang

San Francisco, CA Immigration
Avvo rating 7.9
I was so devastated when I lost my job. Barbara took my case when others told me I didn't have one. She got... more
San Francisco  Barbara Emily Cowin Figari

Barbara Figari

San Francisco, CA Employment & Labor
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San Francisco  Justin Xiaohe Wang

Justin Wang

San Francisco, CA Immigration
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practicing lawyers in San Francisco

San Francisco’s history spans thousands of years, from the original Ohlone people native to the area, to modern history and the earthquakes and economics of the city.

San Francisco is known for its historic Chinatown, which is traced back to the 49ers and the transcontinental railroad. The male Chinese immigrants seeking money and opportunity passed through Angel Island, just off the coast of San Francisco, and settled in what is now Chinatown.

At first, these Chinese immigrants faced discrimination, which limited the growth of the Chinese district. The limiting decrees were repealed in the 1950s, allowing the community to flourish.

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