Young Joo, an SJD candidate at American University Washington College of Law, is completing his dissertation titled “Cyber Matrix: Unearthing the Fundamental Questions of 21st Century Law of War and Beyond.” His fields of research includes: International Law and Use of Force, Law of War, National Security Issues and Foreign Relations Law. His research interests lie in exploring the legal, jurisprudential, and policy implications surrounding 21st century war phenomena. Prior to joining the S.J.D. Program, Mr. Joo taught at Soongsil University, functioned as a legal and policy aid to a Representative of the Korean National Assembly, and served as a researcher at the Center for Korean Legal Studies at Columbia Law School, the Ministry of Justice of Korea, and the Supreme Prosecutors Office of Korea.
Degrees & Universities
S.J.D. Candidate, American University Washington College of Law
LL.M., Columbia University, School of Law
M.A., Yonsei University, Yonsei Law School, Seoul, Rep. of Korea
B.A., Yonsei University, College of Law, Seoul, Rep. of Korea
Areas of Specialization
Law of War
National Security Law
Principle of Military Necessity and Proportionality: The Legal Jurisprudence of the Supreme Court in the Absence of Constitutional Text (LL.M. dissertation, Columbia University, School of Law) (on file with author), May 2009.
A Study on Presidential War Powers: A New Theoretical Framework to Analyze the President’s War Powers under the United States Constitution (M.A. dissertation, Yonsei University Graduate School) (on file with author), February 2008.
Unconstitutionality of Delayed Execution (B.A. dissertation, Yonsei University College of Law) (on file with author), August 2005.
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