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Associate Attorney


Telephone: (858) 746-6497

Mina Ahn is a junior transactional associate with F&E LLP. Prior to joining the firm as a junior associate, Mina was in-house corporate counsel for Samsung C&T in Seoul, Korea. She was able to build familiarity with many corporate transactional contracts and interacted with diverse business divisions in a fast paced global company. The experience has become a foundation for her current practice. In addition to her corporate counsel experience for a global (Samsung C&T) and mid sized Korean company (ILJIN Group) Mina also has experience as a University lecturer at the graduate and undergraduate level at several Korean Universities. Mina now helps clients with corporation governance and formation, contractual matters, debt and equity financing and merger and acquisition transactions. Additionally, Mina contributes to the firm’s niche service of corporate clients in pursuit of government contracts and acts as counsel to service-disabled veteran owned small businesses.


In law school, Mina was a judicial intern at the Wisconsin Supreme Court and a summer law clerk at Yulchon, which is one of the largest and most respected law firms in Korea. Mina was also a member of the Wisconsin International Law Journal. Prior to law school, Mina has experience working at the Division of International Trade in HSBC Seoul, Korea and in public relations with a special focus on press releases. She also has experience interning at the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs Treaty Section in New York and as an academic legal research assistant to professors at the graduate level.


Mina earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Korean Law from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (2004) in Seoul, Korea. She received her Master of Arts degree in international studies with a focus on international trade from the Graduate School of International Studies at Ewha Womans University (2006) in Seoul, Korea. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Wisconsin Law School (2010).