The George Washington University
Jean Joun is a 2021 graduate of The George Washington University, graduating Cum Laude with degrees in Political Science and History. During his time at the university, he studied a broad range of topics from human rights, international criminal law and American politics.
While completing his degrees, Jean spent time as a Senior Resident Advisor, serving actively in the community. Outside of service and academics, he spent four years as a member of the GW Sons of Pitch, two of which he spent as Music Director of the A Capella group.
At Romano Law, Jean is part of the Client Development team with his academic background and work experience in sales, client development and project management.
Outside of work, Jean spends most of his time with friends and family or exploring his passions. A lover of films and guitarist for 15 years, he can often be found in the theaters or at the local music stores. After immigrating from South Korea at the age of four, Jean has spent his whole life here in New York City.
Confession of Judgment in New York
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