PRESENTATIONS

 

2012

Corporate Social Responsibility and Economic Democracy in South Korea, Univ. of Sydney (8/4/12).

The World of Legal Occupation, Youngwon Elementary School, Korea (7/10/12).

A Regional Human Rights Court for East Asian Community, Law and Society Ass. (6/8/12).

 

2011

Human Rights Violations in North Korea, [with some variations], UH Law School (11/21/11); Univ. of Washington (2/15/12); UBC(2/17/12); CKS, Univ. of Hawaii (3/15/12); Community Lecture, UH (4/29/12); The One (7/19/12).

The Historical Development of Early Korean Immigration to Hawaii and its Legal Structure, East Asian Law and Society Conference, Yonsei Univ., Korea (9/30/11).

East Asian Community and International Human Rights Cooperation, Korea Univ. Law School, Korea (9/29/11)

Korea, Asia and the World connected through International Human Rights Law, Korean Bar Association Continuing Education Lecture, Korea (6/22/11).

Asian Human Rights System and the Universality, The May 18 Institute, Chonnam Univ. (6/8/11).

Emerging Regional Human Rights Systems in Asia, Sakamaki Extraordinary Lectures 2011, Univ. of Hawaii (6/1/11).

Getting to the Truth: The Procedural Fairness in Transitional Justice in South Korea, [with some variations], Univ. of Hawaii Law School, USA (4/15/11); E. A. Law and Society Conference, Korea (10/1/11); University of Buffalo, USA (10/24/11).

 

2010

The Significance of Cooperative approach in the enforcement of international norms, Korean International Law Association Conference, Korea (10/22/10).

Cultural Values Reflected in Korean Human Rights Today, East Rock Institute, USA (6/29/10)

More than a Gulag: Notions of Human Rights in North Korea, East Rock Institute, USA (6/29/10)

Filtered Universalism: The development of human rights norms and constitutionalism in Asia, Inaugural East Asian Law and Society Conference, Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2/5/10)

 

2009

Changing World and the Roles of Korean Lawyers in International Organizations, Korea Univ. Law School, Korea (12/10/09).

Transplantation and Domestication in Judicial Reform, UBC-KU Law International Workshop, UBC, Canada (10/21/09).

Public Interest Litigation in Korea, Faculty of Law, Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (8/14/09); PALSO, UH (3/15/11).

International Death Penalty Norms in Asian Context, Seoul Natí l Univ. Law School (05/15/09).

 

2008

Legal Education and Graduate Degree Programs, College of Law, Korea Univ., Korea (5/06/08).

A Dreadful Regression to an Authoritarian National Security Regime? - Counter-Terrorism legislation in South Korea, Univ. of Iowa, USA (4/20/08).

Criminal Process in the Democratic Peopleís Republic of Korea, UBC, Canada (3/13/08).

 

2007

A Regional Human Rights Court or Commission for East Asia? Univ. of Victoria, Canada (7/14/07).

Legal Education in Canada, College of Law, Korea Univ., Korea (6/22/07)

Recent Changes in Korea and the Korean Community in Canada, Keynote speech, the C3 Society Conference, Vancouver, Canada (3/17/07).

Changing Korea and Korean-Canadian Lawyers, Korean Law Student Association, Osgoode Hall Law School, Canada (2/10/07)

 

1998-2006

Transitional Justice in the Republic of Korea, Univ. of Washington School of Law, USA (12/8/06)

Where Does Korea Stand in the Development of Human Rights, Notre Dame Law School, USA (11/4/05)

Introduction to Korean Legal Studies, Faculty of Law, UBC, Canada (9/30/05)

Human Rights System in Korea: Principles and Realities, Santa Clara Law School, USA (4/22/05)

How to Approach Human Rights Problems in North Korea, Korea Institute, etc, Harvard Univ., USA (2/10/05)

Human Rights Litigations in the United States-Focusing on the Dismissal of Comfort Women case, College of Law, Korea Univ., Korea (6/2/04)

Justice Incomplete: The Remedy for the Incident of Jeju April Third, Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford Univ., USA (5/27/04)

Participatory Democracy being achieved in Korea, Court of Appeal, B.C., Canada (4/21/04)

National Security and Constitutionalism, School of Law, Northeastern Univ., USA (7/7/03)

The Incident of Jeju April Third and the Transitional Justice in Korea, Jeju April Third Uprising and East Asian Peace Conference, Harvard Univ., USA (4/25/03)

Why Is There No Regional Human Rights Institution in Asia?, Faculty of Law, UBC, Canada (4/7/03)

The National Security Law in the Korean Legal System, Centre for Korean Research, UBC, Canada (4/4/03)

The Origin of North Korean Nuclear Crisis, U.S.-Japan Program, Harvard Univ., USA (3/18/03)

Towards a Regional Human Rights System in Asia, NYCAS 2002, Skidmore College, USA (10/25/02)

Human Rights Approach and Interest-based Movement, Graduate Forum, Harvard Law School, USA (10/2/02)

Rethinking the Political and Social Changes in Korean Peninsula, East Asian Legal Studies & Human Rights Program, Harvard Law School, USA (10/5/00)

Dialogue on Korean Human rights, Yenching Institute, Harvard Univ., USA (4/19/00)

What is Human Rights? Chicago Public High School, USA (11/17/99)

Social Movement and Leadership, Graduate School of Public Admin., Seoul Natíl Univ., Korea (5/27/99)

Social Movement and Politics, Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies, Korea (4/99)

New Millennium and the Role of Intellectuals, Catholic Univ., Korea (10/21/98)

My Life and My Road, College of Law, Seoul Natí l Univ., Korea (9/98)