In Hyuk Hwang is a foreign attorney at Bae, Kim & Lee LLC. Mr. Hwang's practice primarily focuses on cross-border litigation, international commercial arbitration and investor-state disputes. He earned a B.A. degree in Psychology from Hope College in 2015 before graduating summa cum laude from Handong International Law School and earning an LL.M. degree from Regent University School of Law in 2020.
2021-Present Bae, Kim & Lee LLC
2021 Paralegal, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC
2021 Summer Intern, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC
2021 Judicial Clerk for Chief Justice Tom Parker, Supreme Court, Alabama
2019-2020 Winter Intern, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC
2019 Judicial Intern, El Paso County District Court, Colorado
2018-2019 Winter Intern, Kim & Chang
2020 Regent University School of Law (LL.M.)
2020 Handong International Law School (J.D., summa cum laude)
2015 Hope College (B.A.)
Arbitration Law Over Borders Comparative Guide (Co-author, The Global Legal Post, 2023)
Party Autonomy and Lawmaking: The Case for Opt-In Substantive Appellate Review By the Judiciary in International Commercial Arbitration, 28 Willamette Journal of International Law and Dispute Resolution 1 (2021)
Singapore International Arbitration Centre, YSIAC Writing Competition: Winner (2021)
2021 Washington, D.C.