HENRY KING CHAE
Henry King Chae graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2003, where he served as a Law Review Member from 2002-2003, and he also worked as a prosecuting Assistant City Attorney intern for the City of Seattle Attorney’s Office until graduation. After graduation, he worked for the Pierce County Prosecuting attorney’s office as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. He then later returned to the City of Seattle Attorney’s office and continued his career as an Assistant City Attorney and then later as a Liaison Attorney for the office, working closely with the Seattle area communities and the Seattle Police Department to address community issues. In 2012, he left the City of Seattle Attorney’s office to pursue his own solo practice in the private sector. He practiced in the areas of criminal defense, personal injury, and estate planning. During this time, he also worked for the Department of Social Heath and Services (DSHS) Adult Protective Services (APS) where he prosecuted individuals who abused and financially exploited vulnerable adults. Henry King Chae is committed to apply his years of experience as a trial/litigation attorney to help consumers who are the victims of unethical time share developers. Henry King Chae enjoys playing basketball, playing the guitar, and singing during his free time.