Attorney

Naomi Jiyoung Bang

LOCATION
Houston (Galleria)
 
EDUCATION

Georgetown Law Center, JD

Georgetown School of Foreign Service, MS

Northwestern University, BA

Universite de la Sorbonne, Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris France

Licensed in DC, NJ, NY, PA, and TX

 
LEGAL/COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Clinical Professor, Immigration Clinic, South Texas College of Law

Clinical Professor, Human Trafficking Clinic, South Texas College of Law

Adjunct Professor, Federal Immigration Litigation, Immigration and Nationality Seminar (co-taught with Gordon Quan), South Texas College of Law

Former Assistant US Attorney, District of Columbia

Former Law Associate, Sidley & Austin

Former Law Associate, Bishop, Cook Purcell & Reynolds (now Winston & Strawn)

Former Deputy Director, DC Pretrial Services Agency

Former Rule of Law Attorney Trainer, US Agency for International Aid projects overseas

Pro bono volunteer, US Committee on Refugees, Catholic Charities, Kids in Need of Defense, and Boat People SOS.  (2010 Pro Bono Volunteer recognition by Texas State Bar)

 
PUBLICATIONS

Naomi J. Bang, "Casting a Wide Net to Catch the Big Fish:  A Comprehensive Solution to Reducing Human Trafficking in the Global Supply Chain," University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change (Spring 2014).

Naomi J. Bang, "The Global Supply Contract Charade:  How Corporate Greed Fuels Human Trafficking and Forced Labor," Houston Journal of International Law, 255 (Spring 2013).

Naomi J. Bang, "Seeking Justice for Victims of Human Trafficking from Deep Pockets:  Theories of Corporate Liability," University of Memphis Law Review, 1047 (Spring 2013).

Naomi J. Bang, "Navigating the Complexities of Corporate Liability in Human Trafficking and Forced Labor Cases," Texas Business Journal, 766-767 (2012).

 
LANGUAGES

English

French

Korean

 
 

Naomi Jiyoung Bang

Of Counsel

Main Phone
713.625.9200

Direct Phone
713.625.9220

Main Fax
713.625.9292

Email
njbang@fosterquan.com
 
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HMSDC Houston Minority Supplier Development Council

Martindate-Hubbell Bar Register Preeminent Lawyers

Chambers USA The Legal 500 United States

Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers