James H. Chun joined the firm in 2014. His practice focuses on international arbitration and complex commercial litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, James worked as Counsel at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre. In his three years at the Centre, James supervised over 100 administered arbitrations under the HKIAC Administered Arbitration Rules as well as the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, and managed tasks acting as appointing authority in ad hoc arbitrations.
In addition, James worked as legal assistant to Dr. Michael J. Moser. James has served as tribunal’s secretary in ICC and HKIAC arbitrations. James also contributed to the treatise, Hong Kong Arbitration: A User’s Guide (3rd edition), authored by Dr. Moser and Ms. Teresa Y.W. Cheng S.C.
Prior to moving to Hong Kong, James served as legal assistant to Professor William W. Park in Boston, Massachusetts. James assisted with the drafting of arbitral awards and procedural orders.
- Boston University School of Law
- University of Michigan
(B.A., Economics, 2006)
- The HKIAC Appointment Process, American Bar Association, Section of International Law, International Arbitration Committee, 2013, Volume 1, Issue 1, pg. 39-41, with Chiann Bao