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- Margaret Wong to receive Ohio Asian Legend Award (Click Here)
- Photos of Margaret Wong courtesy of Green Street Studio. Photo 1 Photo 2
- Former Cleveland Indians' pitcher Jose Mesa and former Tribe catcher Tony Pena are among Margaret Wong's high profile clients.
Cleveland Magazine, March, 1997, Alien Angel. "Wong worked for about a month to get immigration papers for Indians catcher Tony Pena, his wife, and their children....'I have the utmost respect for Margaret Wong as a professional in her field,' says Alex Machaskee, president & publisher of The Plain Dealer. Wong handles immigration matters for the newspaper's foreign correspondents."
Al-Sahafa, November, 2006, Immigration .
India International, October, 2006, Immigration Q&A.
Smart Business, April, 2005, Cleveland's Fab Five .
Cleveland Classics, 2004. "I remember coming here from Hong Kong. It was the end of the Vietnam era, and I came to Seattle on a student visa with very little money but very big dreams."
- Inside Business regularly lists Margaret Wong as a Leading Lawyer.
Leading Lawyers, December, 2004.
Leading Lawyers, December, 2005.
Costco Connection, August, 2004, Living The American Dream. "Immigrants approach business with a fundamental sense of urgency...'We know if we don't have business tomorrow, we don't have [anything] to fall back on,' says Wong."
Cleveland Magazine, July, 1997. "Indisputably Cleveland's best-known female attorney - for that matter, one of Cleveland's best-known attorney's period..."
The Plain Dealer, October 16, 1994, Close Up. "And calls from clients are returned immediately, kinda like we're human beings with real lives. There's no waiting for Wong et al. to get back to you."
The Plain Dealer, September 7, 1996, Aunts, uncles are key role models.
C Style, September, 1993, Margaret Wong: Velvet Over Steel. "Don't let her graciousness fool you. This lawyer and activist is tough - and she knows it."
The Plain Dealer, November 26, 1992, Cooking at the bar. "Streetwise & scrappy, Wong's resume boasts a hand in founding three Chinese restaurants, a pharmacy, and a growing immigration law practice."