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Jungyoon Jaz P.
ChicagoKent College of
Law, Chicago, IL
Juris Doctorate / Certificate
in Labor and Employment Law
*Passed Illinois Bar July
Awards: Seyfarth Shaw Scholarship,
Chicago Kent Scholarship, Dean’s List Spring
Activities: Student Editor:
Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal
Browning Workers’ Rights Conference Attendee
ABA Trial Advocacy Competition in Labor and Employment Law
and Employment Law Society, L Representative
Coursework included: Public
Sector Labor Law, Labor Law, Employment Discrimination, Employment
Brooklyn Law School,
Awards: Dean’s Merit Scholarship,
Centennial Grant, Academic Achievement Award
Brown University, Providence,
Bachelor of Arts in Political
Science / GPA: .
Awards: Odyssey Fellowship
Activities: Korean Students
Association, CoEditor of the Annual Journal Spring
Research: Pay Equity
and Title VII: Federal and Local Initiatives, Relationships between
Gender Inequality, Employment, and Citizenship.
Conversational Korean and French
Employment Opportunity Commission, Chicago, IL May –
Pro bono Mediator
Serve as mediator in disputes
involving Title VII, ADEA and ADA issues including sexual harassment,
reasonable accommodation, retaliation, gender, race, age and national
origin. Employers involved in disputes include schools, hospitals, professional
service firms, Fortune companies.
Clark Baird Smith,
Rosemont, IL November – March
Drafted an EEOC position statement.
Prepared abstracts for termination hearings of tenured faculty member.
Prepared various legal research memos on labor and employment issues,
including comparable communities for fire protection districts, social
media and the civil union bill. Prepared articles and presentation materials
on Legislative Collective Bargaining Reforms in the States and
Employers’ Usage of Social Media.
National Labor Relations
Board, Region , Chicago, IL
September – June
Investigated eight cases for
the Board, including duty of fair representation and request for information
charges. Conducted interviews and drafted affidavits of charging parties.
Made formal recommendations for the filing of charges in management
agenda meetings. Supervised representation election of union in a nursing
Chicago Board of Education,
Chicago, IL Summer
Clerk Expulsion Unit, Prosecutor
Represented the Board in expulsion
hearings to prosecute students for violations of Student Code of Conduct.
Submitted evidence into the record, including witness testimony and
documents, and made recommendations for expulsion to the hearing officer.
Clerk Federal Litigation June August
Writing included summary judgment
motions, motion for judgment as a matter of law, motions in limine,
discovery requests, direct and crossexaminations and stipulations for
witnesses, and defendant affidavits Assisted in motion hearings
and trials involving Title IX and Title VII employment discrimination
claims brought against the Board. Attended mediation sessions between
Chicago Teachers Union and the Board for contract disputes. Assisted
in sexual harassment training.
New York County District
Attorney’s Office, New York, NY
Implemented officewide intranet
tools that enabled users to search cases, create management reports,
and send automated email notifications to witnesses. Developed intranet
component for Arrest Processing System APS. Led APS project team
meetings and led pilot user program and roll out process involving bureau
chiefs and line ADAs.
Department of Justice, Washington, DC September May
Telecommunications Task Force,
Outstanding Scholars Program,
Assisted in the investigation
of mergers and prosecution of antitrust cases. Duties included research
and writing, interviews of potential witnesses, discovery negotiations,
and deposition preparation.
NAPABA, Labor and Employment
Committee November present
Chair panel for the annual
conference on “Hot Topics in Labor and Employment Law.”
Young Korean American Network,
New York, NY
Fundraising Chair April
Led and organized events to
advance Korean American interests, e.g., fundraisers, APIA leadership
and public interest law, and community service. Established a scholarship
program for public high school students.
Brown Alumni Association,
New York, NY March June
Board VP/Chair of Multicultural
Organized career forum for
minority Brown undergraduates to network with alumni representing
Asian American Women’s
Group, Providence, RI February June
Led biweekly meetings, including
fundraiser for domestic violence shelter, lectures by guest speakers
on Asian American women’s psychological issues, sex trafficking, Third
World feminist theory, and performance in Cultural Festival. Participated
as Steering Committee member of Sarah Doyle Women’s Center.