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Jun Mori

Jun Mori, American lawyer. Bar: California 1959, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1971, District of Columbia 1979.


Mori, Jun was born on December 13, 1929 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Isamu Arthur and Hide (Nakae) Mori.


University of California at Los Angeles (Bachelor of Arts, 1955). Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan (Bachelor of Laws, 1951). University of Southern California (Juris Doctor, 1958).


Worked at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP. Admitted to the bar, 1959, California. 1980, D.C.

(Los Angeles Office).

Kelley Drye & Warren, founded in 1836 in New York City, is today a leading international law firm of over 300 lawyers, serving clients across a wide-range of industries and legal practice areas, through a global network of offices, including Hong Kong, Brussels, and seven offices coast-to-coast in the United States. Lawyers in the firm deal with large-scale financial, corporate and real estate transactions, often involving cross-border issues, complex international tax issues and conflicting legal systems. They also handle major domestic and international litigation of all kinds and specialize in such other areas as labor, bankruptcy, environmental law, immigration, employee benefits and representation of high net worth individuals and families.

Lawyers in the firm's international practice group have been, in many cases, educated and trained in international jurisdictions, including Europe, Asia and India.


Chairman Los Angeles-Nagoya Sister City Affiliation, 1966-1967. Trustee University of California at Los Angeles Foundation. Member commission on Pacific Basin studies University of California at Los Angeles.

President Board Harbor Commissioners, City of Los Angeles, 1980-1982, 86-88, 89. Member of advisory board Office International Trade, California Department Economics and Business Development. Member President's Export Council, 1976-1980.

Member American Bar Association, American Judicature Society, Japanese American Junior Chamber of Commerce (president 1962-1963), Japan American Society Southern California, Los Angeles World Affairs Council.


Married May Tsutsumoto, April 25, 1954. Children: Jean Kikuko, Richard Isamu, Ken Arthur.