E Jin is an associate in the Washington office where he focuses on international commercial and investor-State arbitration.
Prior to joining Three Crowns, E Jin clerked at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague where he supported arbitral tribunals in major investor-State, inter-State, and commercial arbitrations relating to energy and natural resources, infrastructure, taxation, maritime and land boundaries, and the law of the sea. He previously worked in the New York office of a leading international law firm.
E Jin obtained his J.D. from Columbia Law School where he graduated as a James Kent Scholar, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, and as a recipient of the Parker School Certificate for Achievement in International and Comparative Law. E Jin also served as an Articles Editor and Solicitations Editor for the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, and as a Research Assistant to Professor George A. Bermann (Chief Reporter) on the Restatement (Third) of the U.S. Law of International Commercial Arbitration.
E Jin also holds a degree in English law from King’s College London where he graduated with First-Class Honours and was a member of the King’s Student Law Review.
E Jin is the author of To Bind or Not to Bind? Challenging Assumptions About Non-Signatory Cases and Choice-of-Law in International Arbitration 27 Am. Rev. Int’l Arb. 359 (2016) and Whose Law Is It Anyway? The Contract Interpretation Problem in US Arbitration Jurisprudence 27 Am. Rev. Int’l Arb. 495 (2016).
Admitted only in New York; supervision by Luke A. Sobota, a member of the District of Columbia Bar.