Daniel Sung-Min Kim is a 2023 graduate of the LL.M. in National and Global Health Law program.

Kim is interested in all aspects of U.S. health law, such as disability law, mental health, Medicare, and general human rights.

Prior to attending Georgetown University Law Center, Kim worked as a judicial law clerk (family law division) for two years in Ramsey County District Court in Saint Paul, Minnesota. After obtaining his J.D., Kim then worked as an attorney-advisor in Social Security Administration (disability appeals) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for a year and a half, and has subsequently worked as an attorney-advisor in Human Health & Services (Medicare appeals) in Arlington, Virginia, since November 2019.

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