Kim & Chang (2013-Present)
Herbert Smith London Office (2011)
Yulchon LLP (2006-2013)
- Provided legal advice on stranding, collision, fire and oil pollution incidents involving vessels.
- Provided legal advice on international maritime, air, and combined transportation matters.
- Provided legal advice on the development of offshore wind projects in Korea.
- Provided legal advice on shipping regulation areas, including disputes on the cabotage issue.
- Represented domestic and foreign companies in disputes over defects in shipbuilding.
- Handled disputes over the domestic enforcement of foreign arbitration awards, including the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) arbitration.
- Leading Lawyer, Legal Times: Shipping (Legal Times, 2022)
- Rising Star, Legal Times: Shipping (Legal Times, 2021)
- Next Generation Partner, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific: Shipping (Legalease, 2020)
- Next Generation Lawyer, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific: Shipping (Legalease, 2019)
- Speaker, “Overview of Approvals and Permits for Offshore Wind Power Project,” Maritime Arbitration Forum (2023)
- “Study on Criminal Jurisdiction of the Republic of Korea for Vessel Collision Accidents on the International Sea - Focusing on Article 97 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and Busan High Court Decision No. 2015No384 -,” Journal of the Korean Society of Maritime Law, Vol. 42 No. 1 (The Korea Maritime Law Association, 2020)
- Speaker, “Amendment to the Act on the Arrival, Departure, etc. of Ships and Legal Issues Regarding Tugboat Business,” First Seminar on the Port Logistics Act (2016)
University College London, Faculty of Laws (LL.M., 2011)
Judicial Research and Training Institute of the Supreme Court of Korea (2006)
College of Law, Seoul National University (LL.M. Candidate, 2004)
College of Law, Seoul National University (LL.B., 2001)
Admitted to bar, Korea, 2006
Korean and English