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Latham has an "excellent track record in this market" with "seasoned project finance lawyers known for tackling large-scale multi-jurisdictional matters."
- Chambers Asia-Pacific 2018


Latham & Watkins’ Seoul* office provides high-quality, strategic legal advice and representation to Korean and international companies, government agencies and financial institutions active in the country and across the world.

Latham & Watkins Seoul Office
Delivering Innovative Advice from Korea and Beyond

Latham has advised companies active in Korea for nearly two decades. Drawing on market-leading practices in Asia and globally, Latham has helped clients navigate complex corporate, finance, international regulatory and litigation matters. We regularly advise Korean corporations, financial institutions and government agencies, as well as international clients active in or expanding into Korea.

The bilingual lawyers in Latham’s Seoul office work in concert with international colleagues, including more than 40 lawyers active in the firm's Korea Practice globally. Given our seamless collaboration across offices, clients in Korea have easy access to the experience and innovative advice of more than 2,600 Latham lawyers around the world.

Key Practice Strengths

Latham’s key practice areas in Seoul include:

Awards & Rankings

In 2018, Latham and its Seoul-based lawyers were ranked in the latest editions of Chambers Asia-Pacific, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific, and IFLR1000. Chambers ranked Latham as a leading firm for Projects & Infrastructure in Korea, with the guide noting the firm is "one of the best firms in the world in the project finance field," adding: "They are always quick to respond and their teams are always dedicated to their clients."

*Latham & Watkins operates in Seoul as a Foreign Legal Consultant Office.

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