SeungMin Lee is a partner at Peter & Kim and has represented and provided advocacy for major Korean and international clients in arbitration cases under various institutional rules, including the ICC, KCAB, SIAC, HKIAC, LCIA and UNCITRAL. Ms Lee is qualified in Korea, and England and Wales, and is admitted as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).
In the past, Ms Lee has served as the South Korean national representative of the IBA young lawyer's committee, and the regional ambassador for Korea to the HKIAC's HK 45. Ms Lee now serves as director of international affairs at the Seoul Bar Association; regional representative for Korea to the LCIA's Young International Arbitration Group; member of the SIAC Users Council for the South Korea national committee; member of the panel of arbitrators for the Asian International Arbitration Centre; specialist mediator at the Singapore International Mediation Centre; and the director of international affairs at the Seoul Bar Association.
Ms Lee worked as a registered foreign lawyer at Oon & Bazul LLP in Singapore in 2016 and as counsel to the LCIA Secretariat in 2010.
A graduate of Seoul National University and member of the Korean bar, Ms Lee completed an LLM at the National University of Singapore.