Updated: Apr 11
Who is Sean Hayes?
Sean believes that our recent problems are not caused by the people, but our degenerate, corrupt and polarizing politicians that care about their own interests and not the interests of the people. Our Politicians Brought Us Apart and Political Outsiders Shall Bring us Back Together We need politicians in the mold of JFK and Eisenhower. The Democratic Party moved far Left, while the Republican Party has lost focus on its founding principles. The Democrat Party promises the world to cites and delivers little, while the Republicans see no hope left in the major Democratic-leaning cities and, thus, abandoned these cities. We need a change. We need Independent Candidates not beholden to these political elites. We need politicians that will standup to the self-appointed political and business elites and fight for middle ground. Politics does not need to be a winner-take-all political game. Sean Hayes' Profile Sean is a 47-year old Irish-Italian first-generation American. Sean's father immigrated from Ireland and his maternal grandfather learned English via the public school system. Sean is rated a Top 100 lawyer; one of the Top International Lawyers in the world; and he was, recently, head of a team that was rated the top Dispute Resolution Law Firm for disputes in Asia. He spent nearly two decades spreading democracy, teaching the rule of law and challenging some of the world's largest conglomerates in court and in arbitrations. Experience
Constitutional Court of Korea, Research Officer.
Associate Professor, Kookmin University College of Law.
Adj. Professor, Seoul National University, Graduate School of Public Administration.
Dean, International Affairs, UPeace, UN-Delegated University.
Columnist & Ombudsman, Korea Times.
Quoted, Profiled and Interviewed by Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Bloomberg & Korean vernaculars.
Seoul National University, Ph.D. Cand.
University of London, International Law.
QU School of Law, J.D.
Santa Clara Law School, Summer Abroad.
Fordham University/Fairfield University, BA.
Notre Dame High School, West Haven, CT.
Admitted to the New York State Bar
Member, New York Southern District Court
Member, International Bar Association
Member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
Member, NY Bar Association
Member, NY City Bar Association
One of only two non-Koreans rated a Top Attorney by LawAsia.
Lead, Dispute Resolution Law Firm of Year.
Who's Who in Franchise Law.
Who's Who in the World.
Rated Excellent (10) by AVVO.
ABA Top International Law Blog
Best Advice Blog, K-Blog Awards.
Top 25 Blog by LexisNexis.
Top Blog in AVVO's listing of blogs.
Who's Who in Entertainment Law.
U.S. Political Question Doctrine Defined, American Journal of Constitutional Law (2015).
U.S. Political Question Doctrine Application to Korean Constitutional Law, Korean Const. Court Journal (2014).
Korean Franchising, A Global Guide, Practical Law, Thomson Reuters (2018).
Korean Employment & Labor Law, Global Legal Insights 6th Edition, Global Legal Group (2018).
The Korean Labor Market under the Moon Administration, 2018 Discovering Business, Allurentis (2018).
Korean Business in the Global Economy, Chapter in Book (2014).
Over 100 Op-Ed in various international publications.
Quoted by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Korea Times, Korean Herald and various other publications.
Taught law classes for Santa Clara University; Seoul National University; Kookmin University; University for Peace; and the Supreme Court of Korea.
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