Young-Joon Mok LL.M. ’89, a Justice of the Constitutional Court of Korea, will speak at Harvard Law School on “Constitutional Adjudication in the Republic of Korea,” on Tuesday, September 11, at noon, in Milstein West B, Wasserstein Hall. The event is sponsored by East Asian Legal Studies, International Legal Studies and the Korea Institute.
In his talk, Mok plans to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a centralized system of constitutional adjudication, and to describe some of the Court’s major decisions, including cases on relocating the Korean capital to Seoul and on the prohibition of Internet use for political expression. During his visit, he also plans to meet with faculty and students.
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