Jenny Junghwa Yoo

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Education

Law School/Year: J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 2006

College/Year: A.B. in Sociology, Brown University, magna cum laude, 2003

Practice Areas

Complex Business Litigation

Professional Background

Jenny Junghwa Yoo's practice focuses on complex business litigation, including trade secrets, unfair competition and commercial contracts. She has also provided pro bono representation of unaccompanied detained children in U.S. Immigration Court for reunification with their families, and assisted the Institute for Justice in an eminent domain case against the city of National City. Yoo also served as a legal intern with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Cairo, Egypt, where she researched and wrote a paper proposing the ratification of the 1951 United Nations convention relating to the status of refugees and its 1967 protocol among members of the league of Arab states.

Professional Affiliations

Korean American Bar Association of San Diego, founder and president

Pan Asian Lawyers of San Diego, member

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Important Dates

9/5/2007 Nominations Open
9/28/2007 Nominations Close
10/31/2007 Nominations Announced
11/07/2007 Finalists Notified
11/9/2007 Advertising Deadline
11/21/2007 Publication Date

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