Jee-Young joined the Los Angeles office of the firm in 2010. She is an associate in the Health Care Practice and represents hospitals, medical staffs, managed care organizations, medical groups and other health care entities and providers. Jee-Young's practice focuses on federal and state licensing and regulatory compliance matters, peer review and credentialing, contracting issues, medical staff governance, telemedicine and patient privacy issues.
- American Health Lawyers Association
- Women in Health Administration of Southern California
- Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Los Angeles County
American Bar Association
- Health Law Section
Los Angeles County Bar Association
- Health Law Section
- Joint LACBA-LACMA Committee on Biomedical Ethics
- State Bar of California
- Co-author, "Avoiding Legal Pitfalls When Implementing Telemedicine Practices: Insights from the ATA Annual International Meeting and Exposition," Fulbright Briefing, May 10, 2012
- Co-author with Mark A. Kadzielski, "New Telemedicine Rule: Practicalities and Pitfalls," Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. Briefing, May 24, 2011
- Co-author with Mark A. Kadzielski, "Immediate Jeopardy Penalties: Ineffective in Addressing Patient Care Issues in California," California Association for Healthcare Quality Journal, 4th Quarter, 2010
- Co-author with Mark A. Kadzielski, "Holding the California Department of Public Health Accountable: Addressing Problems with Immediate Jeopardy Penalties," California Health Law News, Summer 2010
- "California Regulators Fine Seven Hospitals for Patient Safety Violations," Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. Washington Health Care Update, April 16, 2010
- "Telemedicine Amidst Health Reform: Avoiding Legal Pitfalls," California Society for Healthcare Attorneys, 2013 Annual Meeting and Spring Seminary, April 12, 2013
- "Telemedicine Amidst Healthcare Reform: Avoiding Legal Pitfalls When Implementing Telemedicine Practices," Fulbright's Health Law Education Program, August 22, 2012
- "Avoiding Legal Pitfalls When Implementing Telemedicine Practices," California Telehealth Network Webinar Series, August 16, 2012
- "Complying with Telemedicine Requirements," Lorman Education Services Audio Conference, July 18, 2012
2009 - J.D., cum laude, honors in Health Law Concentration, Case Western Reserve University School of Law
2006 - M.A., Education, Loyola Marymount University
2004 - B.A., Molecular and Cell Biology, minor in Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley
During law school, Jee-Young was an Executive Notes Editor for the Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine and a legal intern in the Health Law Clinic. She also served as a Teaching Assistant and Honors Fellow for courses in Legal Analysis/Writing and Transactional Writing/Lawyering Skills. She received the Anderson Publishing Company Book Award for the top graduating student in Law Clinic and CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Health Care Transactions, Health Law Clinic and Transactional Writing/Lawyering Skills.
As an undergraduate, Jee-Young was a Berkeley Chancellor's Scholar and a cellist in a quartet with Cal Community Music. Upon graduating college, and prior to attending law school, she completed a two-year commitment with Teach for America, a movement that aims to close the nation's achievement gap, working as a middle school science teacher in East Los Angeles.
Jee-Young was admitted to practice law in California in 2009.
Jee-Young enjoys community service activities, live music, reading, running and water sports.
- Teach for America, Mentor and Volunteer Alumna