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Soobin Kim

Associate

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+1.617.348.1659

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Soobin focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other corporate agreements, and the regulatory aspects of deals and agreements. She has represented clients in the financial services, fintech, technology, and other industries. Soobin has experience with counseling clients on the Dodd-Frank Act, payments industry regulations, and antitrust laws.

Prior to joining Mintz, Soobin was a corporate associate and a summer associate at a New York-based international law firm, where she worked on M&A deals and matters involving the payments industry. Earlier, she was a senior research associate at a New York-based sell-side equity research company. 

She is fluent in Korean and highly proficient in Chinese.

* Not admitted to practice in Massachusetts. Admitted to practice only in the State of New York.
 

Education

  • Harvard Law School (JD)
  • Brown University (AB, magna cum laude)

Languages

- Chinese

- Korean

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