Jeena KIM

  • Attorney
  • Partner
  • T. +82-2-3404-0698
  • F. +82-2-3404-7308
  • E. jeena.kim@bkl.co.kr

Overview

Jeena Kim is a partner of Bae, Kim & Lee LLC. Ms. Kim's practice areas include: compliance & anti-corruption, internal investigation, financial regulation, financial institutions' mergers and acquisitions, general corporate legal affairs, international trade and commerce, anti-money laundering, and economic sanction.

Ms. Kim studied law at Seoul National University and completed the 35th judicial training course at the Judicial Research and Training Institute. In addition, since she completed international trade law course at Columbia Law School in the U.S. and WTO regional specialized course in China and was dispatched to multinational company and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, she has expertise in international affairs. In 2014, she earned an LL.M. degree from Harvard Law School.

Representative Experience

2009-2010 Trade Advisor, Trade Dispute Settlement Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
2008 Visiting Counsel, Money Division, General Electric Company, Korea
2006-Present Bae, Kim & Lee LLC

Representative Matters

Advised a domestic corporate group on the internal investigation of corruptive practices of its overseas branches
Advised an overseas company on the internal investigation of accounting fraud of its officers and employees
Advised an overseas financial group on the AML monitoring to perform agreements on suspension of prosecution executed with the U.S. Department of Justice
Advised key domestic and overseas companies on establishment and education of anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, and compliance systems
Advised key domestic and overseas companies in connection with international economic sanctions and export control

Education

2014 Harvard Law School (LL.M.)
2006 Judicial Research and Training Institute, Supreme Court of Korea
2004 Seoul National University (LL.B.)

Selected Activities

Publications
A Study on China's Suspension of Subsidy and Tax Benefits for Electric Car Batteries: Trade Law and Investment Law Perspectives, International Trade Law No. 130, pp. 10-49 (Co-author, Ministry of Justice, 2016)
Iran Sanctions and Related Korean Regulations, HUFS Global Law Review Vol. 3 No. 1, pp. 129-143 (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Law Research Institute, 2011)

Qualifications

2006 Korea