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CSR, Diversity and Inclusion

Barun Law encourages it’s attorneys to provide their Legal Knowledge in Public Service efforts

BARUN LAW, Seoul - South Korea
19 Oct 2016

pro bono

Barun Law takes an active involvement in community affairs to advocate for the public interest. As part of this effort, Barun Law practitioners provide pro bono legal services to underprivileged individuals and groups.

Barun Law encourages it’s attorneys to provide their legal knowledge in public service efforts, and their time spent in these efforts is regarded as their regular working hours.

Attorneys are active in sharing their knowledge and experience by participating in events led by civil groups, community groups, cultural groups and governmental groups, by:

  • Giving lectures at universities and the Judicial Research and Training Institute
  • Actively participating in the Committee on Judicial Reform organized by the Korean Bar Association
  • Practitioners provide pro bono legal services to underprivileged individuals and groups

Barun Law believes that individuals and groups that are in need of legal services but unable to receive them should be provided pro bono services. If you are in need of pro bono services, please do not hesitate to apply for Barun Law's service via email- When applying, please provide the firm with the details of your case and any related information showing that your case is related to public interest or social justice concerns.

About Barun Law

Since its founding in 1998 by three highly-respected former judges, Hoon KANG (Acting Managing Partner), Jae Ho KIM and Jee Wook HONG, together with Chan Jin KIM, Barun Law has been Korea’s fastest growing and most dynamic law firm.

Barun Law rapidly built its reputation as Korea’s preeminent litigation and dispute resolution firm. The firm attracted high profile lawyers such as Dong Gun KIM (Representative Partner), former Chief Judge of the Seoul Appellate Court; Rho Seung MYUNG, former Vice Minister of Justice; and Young A. LEE, Korea’s first female District Court Chief Judge.

More recently, Jong Young CHOI, the distinguished former Chief Justice of Korea’s Supreme Court; Jae Yoon PARK, former Justice of Korea’s Supreme Court, Byung Sup KANG, former Chief Judge of Seoul Central District Court; and Tong Gi CHUNG, former Vice Prosecutor General joined Barun Law. This unparalleled combination of exceptionally respected attorneys powerfully strengthened Barun Law’s reputation as the “go to” firm for the most important and delicate advocacy matters in Korea.

As Barun Law concludes its first decade, the firm is comprised of approximately 150 fee earners and is already recognized as one of Korea’s preeminent law firms. Today, Barun Law’s exceptional professionals are actively engaged in a wide range of complex legal matters on behalf of clients from all major countries of the world.