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Jamie K Xiong-Vang

POSITION: Of Counsel

7647 N. Fresno Street
Fresno, CA 93720

(559) 433-1300 main
(559) 433-2300 fax

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Juris Doctor, 2006
Whittier School of Law

Bachelor of Arts, Political Science with emphasis in American Politics, 2003
University of California, Los Angeles


Prior to joining the McCormick Barstow LLP team, Ms. Xiong-Vang represented clients in both civil and criminal courts. She has experience in the areas of Immigration, Civil Litigation, Family Law, Guardianship, Debtor Bankruptcy, Criminal Defense, and Social Security Disability.

After graduating from Whittier School of Law, Ms. Xiong-Vang joined Central California Legal Services, Inc. (CCLS) as an Equal Justice Works Fellow where she implemented and managed a medical-legal clinic providing legal representation to victims of domestic violence with their family law matters, including child custody and visitation, child and spousal support, divorce, and property division. Prior to leaving for private practice, she managed the Merced office location and the Voluntary Legal Services Program for CCLS. Ms. Xiong-Vang also has criminal law experience as a Criminal Defense Attorney with the Fresno County Public Defender’s Office where she represented upwards of 100 indigent persons in the criminal justice system ensuring that their Constitutional rights were not infringed upon.

Honors and Awards

Ms. Xiong-Vang was selected for inclusion in the Northern California Super Lawyer’s Rising Stars list in 2016 and 2017 for her primary practice area of Immigration Law. In addition, Ms. Xiong-Vang received the VIP (Volunteers in Parole) Mentor-Mentee Award of the Year in 2008, and has been recognized as a California State Bar Wiley W. Manuel Pro Bono Services recipient.


Concentrating in Immigration, Civil Insurance Defense Litigation, and Family Law.

Professional Associations

Ms. Xiong-Vang has served on the Board of Directors for the Central California Forum on Refugee Affairs, Fresno Center for New Americans, and Central California School of Pharmacy. She has also served on the Advisory Board for the Xiong of Fresno County Board of Directors.