In the fast-paced world of creditor’s rights law, Associate Attorney Binah Yeung’s ability to thrive under pressure, meet deadlines and deliver straight-forward solutions makes her a valuable asset to the team at Schweet Linde & Coulson, PLLC.
Binah graduated cum laude from Lewis and Clark Law School in 2011. A recipient of the American Bankruptcy Institute Medal of Excellence and member of the Cornelius Honor Society, Binah was also selected as Lewis and Clark’s nominee for the American College of Bankruptcy Distinguished Bankruptcy Law Student Award. Prior to joining the firm, Binah served as a law clerk for the Washington State Office of the Attorney General and as a Rule 9 intern for the City of Vancouver Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
Binah stays active in the community through her continuing pro-bono and volunteer endeavors. Binah current serves on the board of directors for Jazz Night School, a local non-profit organization, and as a member of Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union’s Supervisory Committee. Binah holds a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, BC). In her free time, she enjoys practicing kendo, woodworking, and learning to play jazz piano.