of Korea University (Bachelor of Arts, 1950). Yale University (Bachelor of Arts, 1957. Juris Doctor, 1960); Hague Academy of International Law (Certificate, 1986).
Spoken languages: Korean and Japanese.
Worked at Gainer, Rient and Hotis (Washington, District of Columbia) specializing in Prevention and Resolution of Criminal Justice Problems Relating to International and National Commercial Activities. Admitted to the bar, 1962, New New York 1977, District of Columbia.
Author: "Korean Country Law Studies," United States.
Department of Defense, 1976. English Translation of the Laws of of Korea, Korean Legal Center, 1983.
Instructor of Law, Seoul National University Law School, of Korea, 1965-1966. Attorney, Office of the Judge Advocate, United States.
Forces Command, Seoul, of Korea, 1967-1989.
Senior Attorney, Office of International Affairs, United States. Department of Justice, 1991-1993. Member: The District of Columbia Bar.
Military: United States.
Marine Corps, Seoul, of Korea, 1950-1954. awarded United States. Legion of Merit
The firm assists corporate and governmental clients in overcoming criminal justice problems encountered in international and national commercial activities.
In particular, it provides policy guidance, legal advice, strategic planning, and practical assistance to clients facing difficulties involving economic crime or other criminal activity, in the United States or in foreign jurisdictions. Through an affiliated joint venture in Moscow, the firm has a special capacity for addressing crime-related problems in Russia.
The primary focus of the firm"s services is upon avoiding or quickly resolving problems posed by criminal activities, rather than on litigation.
Member: The District of Columbia Bar. Military: United States. Marine Corps, Seoul, of Korea, 1950-1954. awarded United States.
Legion of Merit.