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David Yoo

Adjunct Professor & Law Librarian for Research Services

Areas of Expertise

Advanced Legal Research, Antitrust, International Economic Law, International Law


Business Legal Research, Mastery of Statutory Legal Research


David Yoo is the law librarian for research services at the Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library at Emory University School of Law. Prior to joining Emory Law, Yoo worked as the law clerk with the Office of the Attorney General of Iowa, where he delved into antitrust issues in the pharmaceutical industry. Before pursuing his full-time studies at Iowa Law, Yoo was the visiting professor at Seoul Women’s University and taught International Economic Law, Public International Law, and International Institutional Law. He also served in the Eighth United States Army in the United States Forces Korea as a military police officer.

Yoo has diverse research interests in antitrust law and international law. Besides two doctoral dissertations, his articles were published in law journals including but not limited to Law Library Journal, Gonzaga Journal of International Law, Korean Journal of International Law, Korean Journal of International Economic Law, South Dakota Law Review, Vermont Law Review, and Brooklyn Journal of International Law. He also co-authored INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW – THE ASIA-PACIFIC PERSPECTIVES (Cambridge Scholar Publishing, 2015).

Education: SJD, LLM and MLIS, University of Iowa; PhD, LLM and LLB, Hanyang University