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Nathan Yun
USC Gould School of Law

Nathan Yun

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: July 7, 2022




Nathan Yun is general counsel at Navien, Inc. He previously worked at Yun Law Firm, a professional law corporation, where he handled both plaintiff’s wrongful death and business litigation cases. In this role, he was a finalist for the 2018 Consumer Attorney of the Year for Lee v. Pupil Transportation Cooperative — a case that resulted in Gov. Brown’s signing into law the “Paul Lee School Bus Safety Law” in 2016, requiring school buses to be equipped with a child safety alarm.

Prior to Yun Law Firm, Yun worked for various Samsung companies for 14 years in capacities that included general Counsel and chief administrative officer. He was also on the Board of Directors at Samsung Chemical (USA), Inc.

Prior to Samsung, he worked at various law firms including Hong & Chang (an associated office of Kim & Chang, South Korea’s largest law firm), where he handled business litigation for corporate and banking clients. 

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

USA Today
November 28, 2022
Re: Elyn Saks

Elyn Saks was interviewed about what schizophrenia really is. "A common misconception is that we're unable to care for ourselves and that's not true," she said. "For some people it is, but not for all of us. We can have relationships –romantic and friendships. But we often don't see that (in the media) because of the emphasis on sensationalism and 'othering' us."

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