Peter & Kim
English, Korean, German
> King’s College London, MSc for Construction Law and Dispute Resolution (M.Sc., 2018)
> Seoul National University Graduate School of Law (LL.M., 2012)
> Judicial Research and Training Institute, Supreme Court of the Republic of Korea (2009)
> Seoul National University College of Law (LL.B., 2006)
> Co-author, “Is it time for English law to consider disruption analysis for site-overhead claims? The contrast of Costain v Haswell and Walter Lilly v Mackay”, International Construction Law Review, 2021
> Co-author, “Advocacy in Virtual Hearings”, GAR The Guide to Advocacy (fifth ed.), 2021
> Co-author, “Call for a Witness Protocol in International Arbitration”, International Arbitration: When East Meets West: Liber Amicorum Michael Moser
> Co-author, “The Application of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods to Manufacturing and Supply Contracts for International Construction Projects”, International Construction Law Review, 2019
> Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb)
> Representative, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) Korea Chapter (2020. 3.-)
> Regional Representative, ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (2021-2023 term)
> Member, Society of Construction Law
> Panel of International Arbitrators, KCAB International
I am an International Arbitration lawyer and specialize in international construction disputes. I am familiar with power plant projects, refinery projects, high rise buildings, convention centres and infrastructure projects.
I acted as counsel in arbitration cases under the auspices of the ICC, SIAC, KCAB and JCAA. I enjoy doing oral advocacy - I have cross-examined fact witnesses, technical experts, quantum experts, and legal experts.
I regularly write and teach on construction law and comparative law.
My King's College London MSc dissertation “The meaning and scope of ‘consequential loss’ exclusion clauses - A comparative law analysis between English law and Korean law” was awarded with a distinction grade. In July 2019, I was admitted to the roll of solicitors in England and Wales.