Meet the dedicated team behind INQ.
J.D.student, University of Toronto Faculty of Law
Alumnus, University of Alberta (B.A. Honours)
Alumnus, UBC (M.A. in Politics)
Dongwoo is a J.D. student at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, where he just completed his first year in April.
Prior to law school, Dongwoo was a program manager at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, where he led the research initiatives on emerging technologies in the Asia-Pacific region, publishing reports and policy briefs on topics such as national-level AI policies, technology and geopolitics, and the use of digital technology during COVID-19. His writing has been featured in The Globe and Mail, The Diplomat, and Policy Options. He regularly writes on tech policies and trends for the Korea Economic Institute of America, a D.C.-based think tank.
Dongwoo is an alumnus of the University of Alberta (B.A. Honours) and UBC (M.A. in Politics) and also spent a year at Peking University, where he was a Yenching Scholar and completed another M.A. in China Studies with a focus on the international relations. Dongwoo is a Junior Fellow at Massey College and has volunteered for the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Studies, Indigenous Law Journal, Korean Legal Clinic, and the Privacy and Cybersecurity Law Group at law school. He is fluent in Korean and Spanish and has basic Mandarin Chinese and French competencies.