June has been consistently recognized as one of her field’s top practitioners and is known for her successful track record in early dispute resolution strategy. She is been singled out by Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018 for her "outstanding quality of work and commitment to clients" and is recognized as a recommended lawyer in the Singapore International Arbitration category. June has also been described as "one of a handful of go-to individuals in the field" (Chambers Asia Pacific 2016), "an exceptional advocate” (Chambers Global 2015), and "a standout practitioner and fierce negotiator" (Chambers Asia Pacific 2015). Chambers Asia Pacific ranked her in Band 1 for Dispute Resolution-Arbitration category in South Korea and Band 4 in Singapore (2015). Chambers & Partners (2019) refers June as "an outstanding lawyer" and praises "her excellent performance and successful results," further commenting: "She also presents excellent ideas to solve problems and helps find a breakthrough when we are deadlocked." Legal 500 (2019) extols her “fine record in infrastructure and construction disputes”.
June is an arbitrator/panelist appointed by the International Centre for Dispute Resolution and American Arbitration Association, Indonesia BANI Arbitration Center, Korea Commercial Arbitration Board, the World Intellectual Property Organization and the Singapore International Arbitration Centre. June also serves on the Comparative and Foreign Committee of the New York City Bar Association. Previously, June was co-head of the International Dispute Resolution Group at Lee & Ko in Korea, and a litigation/arbitration partner of Duane Morris and Baker & McKenzie in New York.
June is admitted to practice in the Singapore International Commercial Court, in the State of New York, US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and US Court of International Trade. She earned her JD from Georgetown University Law Center in 1999. While in law school, she served as part-time law clerk at the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in Washington, DC from 1997 to 1998. June received her BA degree from Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea. June is fluent in Korean and prior to her legal career was a journalist with the Korea Economic Daily (Hankuk Kyungjae Sinmun), Korea’s leading business newspaper.
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