📍MouthPieceLaw is the World's First and Only Justice tech Ecosystem that uses Gamification solutions and an Agile Product Management toolkit to improve online engagement between the public and legal professionals and create a new means to facilitate legal-aids on a global scale.
YoonHyun is a JD Candidate at Queen's University Faculty of Law, and a Bachelor of Commerce Graduate with a High Distinction at the University of Toronto Rotman Commerce Program, specializing in Finance and Economics. He is now serving a project lead role at an access-to-justice innovation lab, Conflict Analytics Lab, building an AI Medical Malpractice Liability Analytics tool for patients to identify and assess their claims against alleged medical practitioners.
A Community Builder, Yoon-Hyun is the Founder and Executive Director of Access-to-Justice Stewardship (Mouthpiece Law Project): a social networking platform for law students that aims to meliorate their increased mental distress and other adverse consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. The project aims to become a new paradigm of networking and socializing for law students across Canada that offers a safe and inclusive virtual space for law students to engage openly and honestly in dialogue about their personal or legal issues.
An Inclusive Leader, YoonHyun is a leader of diverse bodies of law students and professionals. It is a voice to the voiceless in marginalized and underserved communities as a legal translator in the Korean Legal Clinic and the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers. His translation of "FACL Guide Responding to Hate & Discrimination" aims to foster the Canadian Anti-Racism Network.
YoonHyun is highly skilled in client consultations, discovery and trial preparation, all of which require a high level of diplomacy and sound judgement. He is proficient in and passionate about deposition preparation, case strategy and evidence investigation. He has strong analytical and problem-resolution skills.
YoonHyun is also a confirmed participant for both the MIT COVID-19 Challenges: Hack4theFuture and the LawWithoutWalls (LWOW) initiative, where he is the only Canadian law student participant among other US Ivy League law students, including Harvard and Stanford.
Yoon-Hyun has lived in 5 countries, travelled to over two dozen nations, used to be a dance instructor, and is a proud first-generation Korean Canadian.