Minje Shin joined Ropes & Gray's litigation and enforcement practice group in 2018. Minje’s wide-ranging practice includes complex civil litigation, and government investigations, as well as corporate governance, and risk-based due diligence. Minje’s clients have included corporate directors and officers, pension funds, private equity firms, and sovereign wealth funds.
During law school, Minje served on the executive board of the Harvard Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and participated in a clinic with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. He also interned at the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts in their economic crimes and cybercrimes units.
- Defending the former CEO of a publicly-traded company in federal district court litigation involving allegations of breaches of fiduciary duty and violations of restrictive covenants.
- Representing shareholders in Second Circuit appeal of Tribune Company fraudulent conveyance action, and serving as liaison counsel to over 5,000 shareholder defendants.
- Represented electronic health records (“EHR”) software company in connection with a health care fraud indictment of a company customer.
- Represented independent directors sitting on the board of a closely-held corporation in connection with a shareholder demand.
- Pro Bono: Member of litigation team representing inmate in federal court action to obtain adequate medical treatment in state prison system.
- JD, cum laude, Harvard Law School, 2018
- BA, summa cum laude, Boston College, 2013; Phi Beta Kappa