He knows the law.

Because of his legal experience and relationship with the BRN (Board of Registered Nursing), he was able to negotiate a public reproval and avoid a court hearing and probation. I am so grateful and relieved. I would definitely recommend him.

-Cindy O., RN

Paul Chan is great

at what he does and I would recommend him to anyone being faced with accusations and charges from their Board. Paul is honest, hard working, and fair. He understands the process as well as has established relationships with the attorney's and people that make up the BRN.

-Tami M. RN

I am so thankful

for your expertise/ knowledge that you have demonstrated throughout my journey to keep my license as a professional registered nurse. I truly appreciate your professionalism and effort that I have respected from the first visit throughout my time with you .

-Debra J. RN

Does it matter if I am represented by an Attorney?

The simple answer is yes, it matters. What matters just as much is getting the right attorney on your side.

Professional licensing defense operates under its own sets of rules and guidelines. If you are facing an investigation or an Accusation, it is important that you have the right lawyer on your side. Many attorneys will include professional licensing defense/administrative law as an area of practice among other areas of practice within their office. At the Law Offices of Paul Chan, our entire practice is focused on Professional Licensing Defense/Administrative Law.

"I do not practice criminal defense, family law, or personal injury. I focus and practice exclusively on professional licensing defense. Other attorneys will consult with me when they have a client who may have a licensing issue. There is no substitute for the right experience when matters most."

Paul Chan