Geeyoung Min is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Corporate Law and Governance at the Millstein Center.
Geeyoung Min’s research focuses on the issues of corporate law and governance with both doctrinal and empirical emphasis. Her main scholarly objective is to examine whether current federal and state laws, combined with companies’ corporate governance arrangements, effectively alleviate potential agency problems. While her primary focus is on publicly-traded companies in the U.S., she also employs comparative analytical methods by examining comparable issues in other countries, especially those in East Asia.
Geeyoung received her B.A. in anthropology and B.L. in law from Seoul National University. She also received an LL.M. and J.S.D. from Yale Law School. While at Yale, she was a recipient of Lillian Goldman Scholarship and John M. Olin Summer Fellowship. She is also a Research Assistant Professor of Law at University of Virginia School of Law, where she has taught courses in corporate governance.
- Corporate Law
- Corporate Governance
- Securities Regulation
- Comparative Law
- Empirical Legal Studies
Education & Professional Certifications
- J.S.D., Yale Law School, 2015
- LL.M., Yale Law School, 2005
Publications and Working Papers
Geeyoung can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.