Juyoun Han is an associate in the Litigation Practice Group of Eisenberg & Baum, LLP, where she represents clients in matters regarding public accommodation access, fair housing, and employment discrimination, in federal and state courts. As a member of the Eisenberg & Baum Law Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Ms. Han is committed to advocating for her clients’ rights to be free from discrimination based on their disability. Ms. Han also assists the litigation group in advocating the rights of artists arising under federal Copyright Act and the Visual Artists Rights Act.
During law school, Ms. Han interned for the Hon. Judge Kiyo Matsumoto at the Eastern District of New York. She gained further training in advocacy as a member of the Georgetown Barristers Council, Appellate Advocacy Division. Ms. Han also served as an Executive Editor and student author for the Georgetown Food and Law Journal.
Prior to joining Eisenberg & Baum, LLP, Ms. Han was an associate at a law firm in Western New York, where she focused on environmental law. Ms. Han’s professional and academic affiliations also include the Korean Commission for UNESCO, International Criminal Court of The Hague, and International Justice Mission.
Georgetown University Law Center
Food and Drug Law Journal
Georgetown Barrister’s Council, Appellate Advocacy Division
Handong Global University
B.A. in International Law
B.A. in Counseling Psychology