Yenny (Ye Eun) Kim
Yenny Kim is a law clerk in the corporate department and works primarily in the asset management group.
Yenny is active in the pro bono program, assisting low-income clients with asylum and immigration matters.
In law school, Yenny was part of the Duke Immigrant Rights Clinic, where she assisted in drafting an amicus brief for a Fourth Circuit case, advocating that Salvadoran women should be considered a particular social group for asylum purposes. She also served as staff editor of the Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law and was an active member of the Duke Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. Before joining Ropes & Gray, Yenny worked as a summer associate at a renowned Chilean law firm, assisting in various corporate matters.
- JD, LLM, Duke University School of Law, 2021; Staff Editor, Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law; Duke Immigrant Rights Clinic
- BA (International Studies), Honors, Johns Hopkins University, 2017