HMP Law increasing global recognition
HMP Law, a major law firm in Korea, said Wednesday that the International Bar Association’s (IBA) annual conference in Seoul is a great opportunity to strengthen global networks and it will make the most of it.
About 20 lawyers, including Park Sang-il (IBA’s Host Committee member) and Lim Hyeyeon (IBA’s Organizing Committee member), will represent the law firm at the world’s largest and most prestigious international meeting of legal professionals.
During the event that started Monday and will run through Sept. 27, HMP lawyers are using Suji’s Deli as their temporary PR booth and are there from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily to welcome visitors.
“HMP Law has built its reputation as one of the most trusted Korean law firms in the field of international businesses,” Park Kyun-je, a partner at HMP Law, said. “I hope the law firm will strengthen its global competitiveness through this conference.”
Hwang Ju-myung, a former judge, established HMP Law in 1993 with 10 other lawyers. It has since grown into one of the country’s largest law firms.
HMP lawyers talk with visitors at Suji’s Deli — the firm’s temporary PR booth — during the International Bar Association’s annual conference at the COEX in southern Seoul, Wednesday.