The-An Hoang, an associate in the Newport Beach office of Newmeyer Dillion, is a member of the litigation group.

The-An enjoys working in a collegial, yet fast-paced environment, where she is able to contribute ideas and strategies to assist clients in their endeavors. She has had extensive experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds. The-An offers a variety of specialized skills, including:

  • Extensive research experience. The-An has had the opportunity to hone in her legal research skills in a broad array of areas including insurance law, construction law, immigration law, criminal law, copyright and art law, privacy, shareholder litigation, and even lab-grown meat, among other topics. During law school, she also served as a Research Assistant for Professor Stephen Lee.
  • Excellence in legal writing and editing. The-An has had wide-ranging legal writing experience in everything from drafting trial motions while at the public defender's office and in her current practice at the firm for clients in land use litigation and for developer clients in construction litigation, to writing about the legal implications and regulatory hurdles of producing and selling innovative products such as lab-grown meat. She also spent two years working with the UC Irvine Law Review, which has sharpened her legal writing and editing skills.
  • Ability to work with clients from diverse backgrounds. The-An’s concern for people leads her to an emphasis on a collaborative approach to client services to push for her client's positive results. The-An has had extensive experience helping clients from varying backgrounds ranging from low-income families and young entrepreneurs to large developers. Her ability to adapt to different situations allows her to build rapport with people from all backgrounds. This approach aids her practice in law, whether collaborating with all parties to achieve the best results for her clients or taking depositions.
  • A broad background. The-An grew up in a local ethnic community and is well-traveled, giving her a broad framework with which to understand issues and relationships between groups of people here and from abroad. Her undergraduate education in communications and art history allows her to deepen her appreciation for how people engage with the world.

The-An is passionate about offering a helping hand, both at the firm and in the community. In law school, she also served on the boards of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association, as well as the Entertainment Law Society.


Awards & Recognition

  • Pro Bono Graduation Honors, UC Irvine Law


  • California, 2018
  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California


  • University of California, Irvine School of Law  (J.D., 2018)
  • University of California, Los Angeles  (B.A., 2012)