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Jacqueline An 

Juyung Jacqueline An was born and raised in Daegu, South Korea until the age of nine when her family immigrated to Toronto, Canada. Jacqueline practices in the area of criminal law and civil litigation. 


Jacqueline An is active within the Korean community as a lawyer and advisor on Korean community matters and has represented the majority of high profile Korean criminal cases in the community.. She has been profiled as a criminal lawyer panelist on Korean and Canadian legal television show as well as in newspapers and magazines. She was also profiled in South Korea’s SBS-Network “Want to know More” (그것이 알고 싶다) documentary on her Korean gang rape/cult case on April 10, 2010.


Jacqueline An is the President of KOWIN, Toronto Chapter (Korean Women’s International Network) and vice-president of Canada KOWIN and has been Vice President of FACL (Federal Asian Canadian Lawyers) including Gala Chair and Scholarship Chair. She has served as the Vice President of KCWA (Korean Canadian Women’s Association) for many years and was a legal advisor for the Ontario Tae Kwon Do Association (OTA) for two years. She was also legal advisor to the Korean Consul General in Toronto for many years. She has served as a counsel for the Free Reverend Lim Campaign, and successfully advocated for his return home. Jacqueline is currently the legal counsel for the Korean Embassy of Canada. 


Jacqueline An is 4th Dan or Master in Tae Kwon Do. She has won four gold medals in sparring in Tae Kwon Do competitions and in 2010 received a distinction from The Law Society of Upper Canada as an “exceptional Ontario lawyer of Korean Heritage”. 

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