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Cang N. Le

Cang N. Le

Adams Kessler
Senior Attorney
Los Angeles, CA, USA


Cang Le is a senior associate with the firm of Adams Kessler, PLC , specializing in the representation of residential and commercial common interest developments. Cang represents common interest developments as both general and litigation counsel. In corporate counsel matters, Cang advises boards in the preparation, interpretation and enforcement of contracts, amending and restating governing documents, insurance coverage issues, rules enforcement, ADA compliance and all other matters affecting associations. In litigation and ADR matters, Cang has obtained hundreds of favorable outcomes for his clients and works with boards to avoid litigation wherever possible.

Cang received two undergraduate degrees from the University of California, Davis--a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Political Science and a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Managerial Economics. He then earned a Juris Doctorate (JD) from the University of San Diego School of Law where he was awarded a merit grant to continue his legal studies which led to a Master of Laws in Taxation (LLM).

Cang is involved in various professional activities both in the industry and locally. Cang is chair and editor of the Connect Magazine of the Community Associations Institute Greater Inland Empire Chapter. He is one of the youngest attorneys/members ever nominated to chair the Committee. Cang is a member of The Leo A. Deegan American Inn of Court, a national organization comprised of distinguished members of the legal profession nominated by their peers with the mission to foster excellence in professionalism, ethics, civility, and legal skills. He is also a member of the Riverside County Bar Association and founder and chair of the inaugural Diversity Committee of the University of San Diego School of Law, an organization dedicated to diversity and acceptance in the legal field. In addition, Cang is an active writer and speaker. He has been speaker and guest judge for the CAI-GRIE legal education luncheons as well as speaker at legal seminars for community association trade industry events. He is also the author of various articles for the Community Associations Institute and Davis-Stirling.com.
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