Faculty Profiles

Sung Hui Kim

Sung Hui Kim

Professor of Law
Director of the Program on In-House Counsel, Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy
B.A. Emory University, 1988
M.A Emory University, 1988
J.D. Harvard, 1992
UCLA Faculty Since 2010

Articles and Chapters

Inside Lawyers: Friends or Gatekeepers?, 84 Fordham Law Review 1867 (2016). Full Text
Pari Passu: The Nazi Gambit, 9 Capital Markets Law Journal 1 (2014). Full Text
Insider Trading as Private Corruption, 61 UCLA Law Review 928 (2014). Full Text
What Governmental Insider Trading Teaches Us About Corporate Insider Trading, in Research Handbook on Insider Trading (edited by Stephen M. Bainbridge, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013). Full Text
The Last Temptation of Congress: Legislator Insider Trading and the Fiduciary Norm Against Corruption, 98 Cornell Law Review 845 (2013). Full Text
The Ethics of In-House Practice, in Lawyers in Practice: Ethical Decision Making in Context (edited by Lynn Mather & Leslie Levin, University of Chicago Press, 2012). Full Text
The Diversity Double Standard, 89 North Carolina Law Review 945 (2011). Full Text
Naked Self-Interest? Why the Legal Profession Resists Gatekeeping, 63 Florida Law Review 129 (2011). Full Text
Lawyer Exceptionalism in the Gatekeeping Wars, 63 SMU Law Review 73 (2010). Full Text
Gatekeepers Inside Out, 21 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 411 (2008). Full Text
The Banality of Fraud: Re-Situating the Inside Counsel as Gatekeeper, 74 Fordham Law Review 983 (2005). Full Text
"We the (Supermajority of the) People": The Development of a Rationale for Written Higher Law in North American Constitutions, 137 Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 364 (1993). Full Text
Book Review, The Business Law Guide to Switzerland, 33 Harvard International Law Journal 655 (1992).