Hannah Kim is a foreign attorney in International Arbitration Group of Bae, Kim & Lee LLC. Ms. Kim has experience in commercial, construction and investor-state disputes in the energy sector. She has represented parties in energy arbitrations concerning traditional and alternative sources of energy in the European, Asian and Oceanic markets.
Ms. Kim graduated from the University of New South Wales (2018) and was admitted to the New South Wales Bar (2018). Prior to joining BKL, She was an associate at Schellenberg Wittmer in Singapore.
Ms. Kim also speaks German and Japanese.
2021-Present Bae Kim & Lee LLC
2019-2020 Associate, Schellenberg Wittmer, Singapore
2018 Intern, Shearman & Sterling LLP, Singapore
2017 Intern, Shearman & Sterling LLP, Frankfurt
2017 Research Assistant, Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, Tilburg/Geneva
Represented a Korean construction company against a Filipino developer in a SIAC arbitration with respect to the EPC project to construct a plant in the Philippines
Represented a Korean key industrial company against a foreign company in an international arbitration regarding LNG price dispute
Represented a Korean developer against a U.S. investment company in an ICC arbitration regarding the Songdo development project
2018 University of New South Wales (LL.B.)
2018 University of New South Wales (B.A.)
2018 New South Wales