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Yi Seul Kim

Law Teaching Fellow

  • Yi Seul Kim received her LL.M. at Harvard Law School, and received a J.D. and a J.M. from Peking University School of Transnational Law. Prior to her legal studies, she received a B.A in International Studies at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Seoul). She also completed a Junior Women Professionals Training at the National Diplomacy Center in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea. She is a Ph.D candidate at the University of Hong Kong and has been awarded the Hong Kong Ph.D Fellowship Grant.

    As an experienced lecturer, Yi Seul worked as a peer consultant at the Center of Applied English Studies at the University of Hong Kong, and lectured at Northwest Agricultural and Forestry University (China) and Wagenigen University and Research (The Netherlands). Her professional experience includes working at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr LLP (London), Asian International Arbitration Centre (Kuala Lumpur), Morgan Stanley Capital International (Melbourne) and Booz & Co. (Seoul).

    In her free time, she enjoys working as a part-time florist.

    • Using Law to Prevent Further Unequal Access to Food in North Korea(Springer, Book Chapter forthcoming)

    • Irregularities and Volatility in Food Law: The Illustrative Case of Green Coffee Beans, 28 Buffalo Environmental Law Journal (forthcoming)

    • The Case of Anticipating Changes in the North Korean Food Safety Regime, 35

    • Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation 299 (University of Oregon) (2020)

    • Reconfiguring Children in Food Law as an Essential Subset: Review of Food Nutrition Facts Labels, 24 Drake Journal of Agricultural Law 399 (2019)

    • Who Banned My Cheese? Is China’s 2018 Cabinet Restructuring Enough?, International Trade Law & Regulation Issue 1, 7 (Sweet & Maxwell) (2019)

    • Encouraging Food Safety Standard Negotiations in the One-Belt-One-Road Initiative, 2 Cardozo International Comparative, Policy & Ethics Law Review 475 (2019)

    • Francis Snyder & Yi Seul Kim;China’s 2015 Food Safety Law: Crossing the River but Feelingthe Stones and Avoiding Low Branches?, 6 Chinese Journal of Comparative Law 1 (2018)(Oxford University Press)

    • Building a Two-Fold Structure in Resolving Disputes on the Korean Peninsula, 22 Southwestern Journal of International Law 375 (2015)

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