Ye Ji Seo

Ye Ji Seo




Ms. Ye Ji Seo is an associate at Shin & Kim. Ms. Seo’s main areas of practice include international investment and transaction laws, corporate affairs, M&A, legislation and regulation advisory services.

Previously working in the Deal headquarters of Samil accounting firm, she has experience in participating in advisory services for multiple international investment and M&A deals. Attorney Seo obtained an academic degree from Reading University in the U.K., and an LL.M. degree from Cornell University in the U.S., and a J.S.D. from Ewha Womens University. Based on her overseas experience, foreign language skills, deep understanding in corporate management and investment practices, she is presently in charge of providing advisory services in general, to numerous companies regarding legislative strategies.

  • 2017-2018Cornell University (LL.M., 2018)
  • 2015-2017Ewha Womans University (J.S.D., 2017)
  • 2011-2014Ewha Womans University (J.D., 2014)
  • 2011-2012University of Reading (LL.M., 2012)
  • 2007-2011Ewha Womans University (LL.B., 2011)
Professional Career
  • 2021-PresentAdvisory Counsel, Korea Internet & Security Agency
  • 2021-PresentAdvisory Counsel, Climate Change Center
  • 2020-PresentMember, HR Committee, Seoul Scholarship Foundation
  • 2019-PresentShin & Kim LLC
  • 2018Assistante Juridique, DLA Piper Belgium
  • 2015-2017Associate, PwC Samil Korea
Bar Admissions
  • 2015Korea
  • Korean Bar Association
  • Korea Economic Law Association
  • Korea Public Private Partnership Association

Korean, English, Japanese

Professional Activities

  • A comparative study on incentive system for the restructuring of business in Japan and Korea : based mainly on Special Act on The Corporate Revitalization and Industrial Competitiveness Enhancement Act (2017, J.S.D. thesis)
  • Chapter in Ageing Society – Ageing Society in regard of Contingent Liabilities and Hidden Deficit in the European Union, To be published in 2019 (co-authored)
  • Recent Google Case and GDPR Regarding “Rights to be Forgotten” (2018, Ewha Law Journal)

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