Although I write commentary on legal and current affairs in Korea, and am persuing postgraduate study in International Law at Handong International Law School, I am not (yet) licenced to practice law in any jurisdiction and absolutely nothing on this website should be construed as legal advice. If you are in legal trouble here you should seek the help of your embassy or consulate in the first instance, and thereafter see as a result of
If you are a Korean law or accountancy firm wishing to reach foreigners in South Korea, for a small fee you can place a link on this website. This covers the cost of maintaining this site as a resource for all (I don’t get any money for blogging).
I am particularly interested to hear from foreigners who have had positive (or negative) experiences with Korean lawyers and accountants, so that migrant teachers (and other migrant workers) can access quality legal help when they need it. If you are a foreigner who, on the basis of a personal experience, wishes to comment on a law or accountancy firm (recommendation or warning), you can place a comment at the bottom of this page. Let’s share the love.
Comments by visitors to this website, and the accuracy thereof, are the responsbility of the poster and do not necessarily reflect the editorial position of this site. The list below is posted in good faith, but is intended for research purposes only. Anyone seeking legal help in Korea should excercise due diligence before engaging a legal or accountancy practitioner. I have collected the names of English-Speaking attorneys in Korea and posted them here. This is based on information provided to the British Embassy in Seoul by the Korean Bar Association, and may or may not be true. Write to me if you want to place your experiences with these firms here.