Mr. Yeh received his law degree in 1978 from the Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, and received his undergraduate degree at the University of Hawaii in Political Science and American Studies. He served as a Deputy Corporation Counsel for the County of Hawaii from 1981 through 1987. In that capacity, he represented and advised County personnel, agencies and commissions, including the Planning Department, Planning Commission and Board of Appeals in various matters, including civil litigation and administrative appeals. Mr. Yeh concentrates in real property matters, administrative law, and civil litigation. He has served as President of the Hawaii County Bar Association, as the East Hawaii representative to the Board of Directors of the Hawaii State Bar Association, and as past President of the Rotary Club of South Hilo. Mr. Yeh currently serves as President of the Rotary Club of South Hilo Foundation, is Vice President of the Hilo Chinese Cemetery Association, and is a member of the Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce and Hawaii Island Economic Development Board.