Kon Sik Kim is Professor of Law at Seoul National University (SNU), specialising in corporate and securities law. A graduate of the SNU College of Law, he holds a LL.M. from Harvard, and a J.D. and a Ph.D. from University of Washington. He started teaching in 1986 and served as inaugural Dean of the SNU School of Law.
Professor Kim has published numerous books, including leading treatises on capital market law and corporate law. He has taught at such distinguished institutions as the University of Tokyo, Harvard, NYU and National University of Singapore as visiting professor. He has extensive experience in advising various institutions such as the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Finance and Economy of Korea, the University of Tokyo Law School, NUS and the World Bank.
Professor Jennifer Hill is the inaugural Bob Baxt AO Professor of Corporate and Commercial Law at Monash University Faculty of Law and is the Director of the Centre for Commercial Law and Regulatory Studies (CLARS). Jennifer is an internationally recognised legal scholar in the field of comparative corporate law and governance.
Jennifer is a graduate of the University of Sydney (BA LLB (Hons)) and the University of Oxford (BCL). She is a Research Member of the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) and has held visiting teaching and research positions at leading international institutions, including the University of Cambridge; Cornell University; Duke University; NYU Law School; University of Virginia, University of Texas, and Vanderbilt University Law School.