Karen works in a broad range of practice areas, including construction, corporate, real estate, trademark and commercial litigation. She provides general counsel to design professionals, such as architecture firms and architects, including compliance with state and board requirements and new legislation.
During law school, she interned with Magistrate Judge Michael H. Dolinger of the United States District Court (S.D.N.Y.), the Division of Enforcement at the New York Stock Exchange, the ASPCA, Lee Anav Chung White Kim Ruger & Richter LLP (formerly Yi Cho & Brunstein, LLC) and JCDecaux North America.
Before law school, Karen worked in the consulting and publishing industries. She also studied at Seoul National University and interned at Bae, Kim & Lee in Seoul, the second largest law firm in Korea.
Karen is admitted in New York and New Jersey.
HONORS & AWARDS
- Brooklyn Law School APALSA Distinguished Alumni Award – April 2018
- Lawyers Alliance for New York Cornerstone Award – November 2017
- Star Network - Queens Power Woman in Business Award – May 2017
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