Yenny (Ye Eun) Kim
Yenny Kim is an associate in the corporate department and practices 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
Admissions / Qualifications
- New York, 2022