Young Ran Kim (Christine)

Dissertation Title: Reforming the International Taxation of Cross-border Investments by Multinational Investment Enterprises

Doctoral Supervisor: Professor Mitchell Kane

Young Ran (Christine) is a first year J.S.D. student from Korea. She received her Bachelor of Law degree summa cum laude from Seoul National University (2002) and LL.M. degree from Harvard Law School (2012). She received several academic awards and prizes, including Harvard’s Landon H. Gammon Fellowship for academic excellence. Her area of interest is international tax and tax policy. In her dissertation, she will suggest a new guideline for taxation of cross-border transactions by multinational investment enterprises.

She is a member of the Korean Bar and the New York Bar. She has practiced law at Yulchon in Korea (2007-2011) and Caplin & Drysdale in Washington, D.C. (2012-2013). She was selected as an Up and Coming Capital Markets Lawyer by Chambers Global (2008) and by Chambers Asia (2010), and won several notable tax cases at the Supreme Court of Korea.

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