Professor, Yonsei Law School
Georgetown University Law Center
Professor Kim is professor of law and Associate Dean for International Affairs at Yonsei Law School in Seoul, Korea. He has published widely on corporate governance, international trade, dispute resolution and corruption. He was the Founding Executive Director of the Hills Governance Center in Korea and previously held professorship positions at Hongik University and the National University of Singapore, and practiced at Foley & Lardner in Washington, D.C. He presently acts as an Academic Council Member for the CSIS’s Hills Program on Governance, an Advisor to the ICC Korea’s Commercial Law and Practice Section, a Special Advisor to the Council for the Korean Pact on Anti-Corruption and Transparency, and an Editorial Board Member of Corporate Ownership and Control, International Trade Law and Korean Arbitration Review. He received his academic degrees from Columbia (BA), Yonsei (MA) and Georgetown (JD).
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