Lambert Liu is a graduate of Washburn University and Washburn School of Law. He joined Cheung, Tang & Rosemount Solicitors as an associate in 2004. and became a partner of Cheung, Tang & Rosemount Solicitors in 2013.
Lambert Liu's practice primarily focuses on real estate litigation and transactions, eminent domain law, and business litigation. He has extensive experience in clients' counseling, Land Use, Zoning issues, business and contract disputes, landlord/tenant law, insurance coverage matters, home/condo association formation, dispute resolutions, commercial and residential property tax matters.
He attended Washburn University and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice in 2000. He also attended Washburn School of Law where he served as the Research Editor of the Washburn Law Journal. He graduated law school in 2003. His Juris Doctorate was awarded with Dean’s Honors. During law school, he worked as a research assistant for Professor Ali Khan. He researched international law issues and edited several chapters of Professor Khan’s book, A Theory of University Democracy: Beyond the End of History. He also worked in the family law section of the Washburn Law Clinic during his third year of law school representing clients in divorce, paternity, and adoption cases. Also, during law school, he took many property classes including oil and gas and real estate transactions,
Lambert Liu is a senior partner of the Cheung, Tang & Rosemount Solicitors.