Juyoun [“Joo-Yon”] is a partner at Eisenberg & Baum LLP, where she leads the Artificial Intelligence Fairness and Data Privacy group.
Having served as a judicial law clerk for Hon. Steven L. Tiscione and a judicial intern for Hon. Kiyo A. Matsumoto at the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of New York (Brooklyn), Juyoun effectively represents clients in impact litigation cases nationwide. Juyoun’s work centers on challenging bias and discrimination that may exist in the design and deployment of automated decision systems in public and private sectors.
Juyoun is a frequent speaker on topics where technology and social justice converge. She has presented before a wide range of professional, academic, and advocacy groups including the Inn of Court, Yale Law School, Northwestern University, World Congress for the World Federation of the Deaf (Paris), and various podcasts.
Juyoun received her J.D. from Georgetown Law and B.A. in Psychology and International Law from Handong University (South Korea). She lives in New York City and is particularly fond of its street art, music and K-town restaurants.