Hee-Eun Kim is the Director of Competition Policy, Asia Pacific, at Meta, based in Singapore. In her role, she provides strategic oversight and guidance on competition policy matters across the region. Before joining Meta, Hee-Eun served as the Principal Legal Counsel at Samsung Electronics. During her 8-year tenure at Samsung, she worked as the lead antitrust counsel, advising senior management and business divisions on all aspects of international antitrust matters related to semiconductor and mobile businesses. She successfully managed high-profile antitrust investigations, litigation, and commercial deals worldwide. She initially joined Samsung’s EU Affairs Office in Brussels, working closely with European institutions on competition law and digital policy issues in the tech industry. Prior to her time at Samsung, she practiced EU competition law and intellectual property law at Covington & Burling LLP in Brussels, and previously worked at the UN in New York and Geneva. In addition to a law degree from Korea, she holds an LL.M. in Law, Science & Technology from Stanford Law School and an LL.M. from the Munich Intellectual Property Law Center, as well as two postgraduate diplomas from King’s College London specialising in Economics for Competition Law and EU Competition Law. She is a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England & Wales and a member of the New York Bar.
1203 | Events