LL.B., Korea University, Seoul; LL.M., Georgetown
Sangkul Kim completed his LL.B. at Korea University in Seoul before working in the legal departments of multinational corporations. He subsequently obtained an LL.M. in International Legal Studies from Georgetown University Law Center. From 2004 to 2008, Sangkul worked as Associate Legal Adviser in the Legal Advisory Section and the Prosecution Division of the Office of the Prosecutor in the International Criminal Court. Under the supervision of Professor David Luban, Sangkul is engaged in research in the field of international criminal law. He serves as a member of the editorial board of the Forum for International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Publication Series.
- The Anatomy of the Means of Proof Digest, in Active Complementarity: Legal Information Transfer (Morten Bergsmo ed.), FICHL Publication Series, no. 8, pp. 197-221 (2011). [WWW]
- The Means of Proof of International Sex Crimes, in Understanding and Proving International Sex Crimes (Morten Bergsmo, Alf Butenschon and Elizabeth J. Wood eds.), FICHL Publication Series, no. 12, pp. 225-265 (2012). [WWW]
- Nationalized International Criminal Law: Genocidal Intent, Command Responsibility and an Overview of the South Korean Implementing Legislation of the ICC Statute, 19 Michigan State Journal of International Law 589-637 (2011) (with Tae Hyun Choi) [HEIN]
- ICC Prosecutor's Duty to Disclose Exculpatory Evidence and His Acts of Deciding Exculpatory Nature Thereof, 637 Korean Lawyers Association Journal (Bup Jo) 108-153 (2009) (in Korean)