Sungkyunkwan University Law School Prof Appointed To Be President Of KSIL

The Korea Times is reporting…..

Sung Jae-ho, a professor at the Sungkyunkwan University Law School, was appointed president of the Korean Society of International Law (KSIL), the university said Tuesday.

Sung received his bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in law from the university and went on to study at the Georgetown Law Center in 1994, where he also served as a visiting researcher, adjunct professor and visiting scholar.

He is currently director of the Korean branch of the International Law Association, and serves on the Committee of International Legal Counsel at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The KSIL was established in 1953 amid the armistice negotiations to end the Korean War. It now focuses on the study of territorial disputes and trade issues among Korea, China and Japan.