is a professor in International Economic and Trade Law at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies(HUFS). He completed his PhD in Law at King’s College London with the Overseas Research Scholarship(ORS) by the UK government, MA and BA in Law at HUFS.
Professor Kim has been working with the Korean Legal Research Institute(KLRI) for several years in the fields of International Economic and Trade Law, EU an UK Law, and Development Law. As of today, he is working as a consultant to the Asian Development Bank(ADB) and the Vietnamese government on several development projects. Among many, his main interest lies upon the relationship between international and domestic law on trade issues(such as ‘Influences of Free Trade Agreements to Domestic Laws), and the relationship between trade laws and other fields such as development law.