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Construction Law Speaking Tour in Seoul, Korea

9th May 2017

Atkin Chambers was delighted to accept an invitation from Kim & Chang to present to international construction contractors in Seoul in April.

Chantal-Aimée Doerries QCAndrew Goddard QC, Frances Pigott and David Johnson presented over two days including a session for the International Contractors Association of Korea.

A summary of the sessions is available on request.

Atkin Chambers’ barristers have been travelling to Korea and working with Korean lawyers and clients for many years. We are well-known in the legal world in Korea, both to the Korean and the foreign law firms based in Seoul.

The barristers at Atkin Chambers have a reputation for advocacy and analysis through our continued involvement with significant and complex disputes. We work both with law firms and Korean contractors on disputes arising around the world including, in the UK, Middle East, Asia and the Caribbean.

Please feel free to call or email Justin Wilson if you require any assistance or further information on our services.

Atkin Chambers and Kim & Chang Seoul 2017

Back: David Johnson (Atkin Chambers), Kay-Jannes Wegner, Byung-Woo Im (Kim & Chang)
Front: Frances Pigott, Justin Wilson, Andrew Goddard QC, Chantal-Aimee Doerries QC (Atkin Chambers)





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