Taeho joined Northern Virginia Law in 2019. He was born in South Korea and immigrated to the United States in 2006. He lived in Guam for one year and moved to Virginia in 2007. Since then, he has been a local to Northern Virginia. Taeho graduated with a degree in Economics and Philosophy from the College of William and Mary in 2014. He studied abroad in Nottingham, England for a semester. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Liberty University School of Law in 2017.
After graduating from Liberty University School of Law, Taeho sat for the Virginia Bar Exam in July 2017 and was admitted to the Virginia Bar. He worked for Legal Services of Northern Virginia as an Elder Justice AmeriCorps Legal Fellow. He provided legal services to elderly clients in elder abuse cases involving physical abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation. In 2018, he served the Commonwealth as a magistrate in Fairfax County. He received extensive training in criminal law and criminal procedures through the Magistrate System. As a magistrate, he built a good working relationship with the police, bail bondsman, sheriff, and mental health staffs.
Outside of the office Taeho is also an assistant pastor at a local church in Oakton, VA.
- Virginia, 2017
- Liberty University School of Law, Lynchburg, Virginia
- Juris Doctor – 05/2017
- College of William and Mary
- B.A. – 05/2014
- Major: Economics and Philosophy
- Prince William County Bar Association – 2019 to present, Virginia State Bar