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     Date Submitted:24-03-2011
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     Current job:Graduated Student (space law)
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     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsSpace Law Specialist ManfedLAchs Mootcourt
    CV

    • Date of Birth: 18 November 1986              

     • Nationality: South Korea

     

    SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

     


    • Outstanding learning potentials for new concepts

    • Open minded for global cultural differences by working and studying multi-cultural atmosphere  

    • Experienced in administrative and secretary work  

    • Language asset of knowing Korean(high level) and Japanese(low level)

     

    EDUCATION  

     

     

    Sep 2009~Nov2010

     

     

     

    Mar 2005~Feb 2009

    McGill University                            Montreal, Canada

    LLM from Institution of Air and Space Law

    ·Cumulative GPA : 3.0/ 4.0

     

    Korea Aero SpaceUniversity           South Korea

     

    Bachelor of air and space law

    · Major in Air and space law

    · Minor in Business management

    ·Cumulative GPA: 3.96/ 4.50

     

    WORKING EXPERIENCES

     

    May 2010~Nov 2010

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Nov 2008

     

    International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) - Internship

    ·Assisted Dr. Arbeyratne Rewantissa’s work under his supervision; MoU between ICAO and other aviation organizations

    ·Assisted Regional Coordination and Communication (RCC: Mr. John Begin) office data management; listing and sorting RCC documents

    ·Observed negotiations between RCC and other aviation organizations such as AFCAC ·Observed triennial ICAO’s 37th Assembly

    ·Scheduled ICAO photographer’s works for the Assembly

    ·Emailed data to the conference guests upon their request 

    ·Updated and uploaded information on ICAO Media webpage during the Assembly period

     

    Korea Institute of Air and Space Law(KIASL)  - Legal Research Internship

     

    · Made a successful proposal about M.U.A.V (Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicle)

    ·Studied about Japan’s Space Basic Law and translated the codes into English

    ·Personal Secretary for foreign guest speakers during international conferences held by KIASL;

     Sent an invitation Email, prepared conference document and liaised hotel and transportation.

    ·Translated (English to Korean) thesis and power point slides

    ·Made and Organized power point slides for presentations

     

    EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

     

    2008~2007

     

    Korea Aerospace University Exchange Student Helper –K.A.U 

     

    · Provided selected national special program for exchange students

    · Helped foreign students to make effective schedules before the initiation of each semester

     

     

    Sep 2007

    · Managed foreign students through with coordination from university administration staff

     

    12thYoung Leader’s Club Member (Y.L.C)-YLCer 12thteam leader

    ~Dec 2007

    ·Y.L.C is sponsored by the Federation of the Korean Industries (FKI)

    ·Made a marketing plans for competitive strategy as a special task force team member in Y.L.C

     

    Jul 2007

    Universityof Cebu (U.C)in Philippines English as a Second Language(E.S.L) K.A.U

    ~Aug 2007

    ·Attended English lecture 8 hours a day and cultural mission member

    ·Deepen Philippines understanding of Korea cultures as cultural mission(Korean wave in entertainment businesses in Asia)

     

    Jul 2007

     

    The British Sub-Aqua Club(B.S.A.C)–Open water license for Scuba Diving

     

    ·Successfully completed The British Sub-Aqua Club training course (Open water)

     

    2005-2007

     

     

     

     

     

    Oct 2006

     

    Student Soaring Club – Korea Aerospace University

    · Student club in Korea Aerospace University (K.A.U) since 1981

    ·Undertook the position of a woman leader in 2005 and directed various events

    · Organized monthly entertainment events and academic programs designed to improve relationship amongst graduate students, international students and professors

     

    Moot Court of Air and Space Law Department- Director

    ·Directed the 6th Annual Moot Court of Department of Air and Space Law in Korea Aerospace University

    Oct 2005

    Moot Court of Air and Space Law Department- Director and performer

     

    · Produced, directed the 5th Annual Moot Court of Department of Air and Space Law in KAU

    ·Played as a main performer the 5th Annual Moot Court of Department of Air and Space Law

     

    COMPETITION AND CONFERENCE EXPERIENCE

     

    Oct 2010

     

     

    Apr 2009

     

    37th ICAO Triennial Conferences -Observer

    · Safety, Security and Environmental protection

     

    18thManfred Lachs Space Law moot court competition-Participator

    · International Institute of Space law hosts

    · The first Korean Participator in its history   

     

    · Prepared the Moot court in Apr. 2009 as a representation of Republic of Korea

     

    Dec 2008

    KIAS(Korea Institute of Air & Space law)- Conference organizer assistant

     

    · Assistant for the conference organizing and coordinating

    · The 41thInternational symposium on Air and Space law in the autumn of 2008

     

    May 2008

    KIAS(Korea Institute of Air & Space law)- Conference Assistant

     

    · The 40thInternational Conference in 2008 on the legal & Policy Issues for the Development of Aviation, Space and Tourism of Korea in the 21st century.

     

     

     

    Dec 2007

     

     

     

     

     

    Nov 2007

    · Supported conference organization and assisted personnel management for respective senior official by carrying out participators for the delegation

     

    The Korea Society for Aeronautical Science and Flight Operations -Conference Assistant

    · Supported conference organization and assisted personnel management for respective senior official by carrying out participators for the delegation

    ·Gathered information about The Organizational Rewards and Employee’s Burnout

     

    KIAS(Korea Institute of Air & Space law)- Conference Assistant

     

    · The 39thInternational Symposium in 2007 on the International Air and Space Law and Situation around Korea

     

     

     

    Oct 2007

    · Supported conference organization and assisted personnel management for respective senior official by carrying out participators for the delegation

     

    Republicof Korea Airforce- Conference Assistant

     

    · The 15thInternational Aerospace Symposium on the Development of Aerospace Power & Promotion

    Of the Aerospace Industry.

     

    Oct 2006

    KIAS(Korea Institute of Air & Space law)- Conference Assistant

     

    · The 37thInternational Symposium in 2006 on the International Air and Space Law and Situation around Korea

     

     

    · Supported conference organization and assistied personnel management for respective senior official by carrying out participators for the delegation

     

    SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

     

    2010

    2009

     

    2007   

    University in QC Tuition Support Burs

    Provost Graduate Fellowship

    Robert E. Morrow QC, Fellowships

    Senior Honor Student Scholarship

     

    Cebu  E.S.L  Program Scholarship

     

    Published

     

    Mar.2008

     

     

     

     

    International Air and Space Law case study (non-refereed publications, helped gathering and translating related information)-written by Prof. Jong-bok Kim at air and space department in Korea Aerospace University.

     

    HOBBY

     

    · Reading : Self-help Books

    · Artistic Hobby : Playing piano, Oil Painting, Acrylic Painting

    · Sports : Scuba Diving, Yoga

     

    LANGUAGE

     

    ·  TOEFL :  101 (iBT)/120

    ·  TOIEC Speaking: Level 8/8, 190/200

    ·  Low level of Japanese and French

     

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