RESEARCHER AND PRACTITIONER SERIES WITH IL-YOUNG JUNG
TIME AND DATE
February 19, 2021 from noon to 1 PM Eastern on Zoom
ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED
This event is open to current HLS students, faculty, and staff. Register in advance:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. If you have questions related to registration, please direct them to Ellen Shapiro-Smith.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Il-Young Jung is an SJD candidate at Harvard Law School. He studies constitutional law and theory, legal history, comparative studies of East Asian public law, and institutional design of democracies. His supervisors are Professors Noah Feldman, Mark Ramseyer, and William Alford. Before coming to HLS, he received his bachelor’s and master’s degree in law with honors at Seoul National University in South Korea. He then went to work as a researcher in the National Korean Institute of Criminology and as an editor of the Journal of the Korean Society of Legal History. He came to HLS as an LL.M. in 2014 and received the Yong K. Kim writing prize for his LL.M. paper. His SJD dissertation project focuses on the regulation of war powers of a sovereign state through constitutional restraints, using Japan as a case study.
ABOUT THE SERIES
This Researcher and Practitioner series is intended to provide an opportunity for visiting professors and fellows affiliated with HLS to present their research to interested HLS students. Speakers are invited to give a presentation on their research and are available after to answer student questions. The events, which are open to only current HLS students, faculty and staff, will be scheduled for 60 minutes and will be conducted via Zoom’s video meeting system. The events will not be recorded.
Convened by the Harvard Law School Program on International Law and Armed Conflict and the HLS Comparative and International Law Program of Study.