Kyung Mo Kang is a Doctor of Juridical Science (J.S.D.) candidate at the Notre Dame Law School. He received an LL.M. in International Human Rights Law from Notre Dame Law School. Prior to studying at Notre Dame, he earned B.A. in Korean law from Myongji University and J.D. equivalent from Handong International Law School in South Korea. He is admitted to practice law in District of Columbia, United States. Primarily, his research focus is human rights crisis in North Korea and China from the perspectives of transitional justice, international human rights, and criminal law. He participated in a research paper with a ND alumnus that was later published as a book under the title of “A Study on the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia-Transitional Justice in Cambodia and the Unification of Korea'' and coauthored a book titled “Study on International Tribunal to prosecute those who are accountable for Civilian Abduction during the Korean War”. During his studies at Notre Dame, he was invited by the Seoul office of UN Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights with Professor Diane Desierto and made a presentation in the Korea Global Forum for Peace hosted by the South Korean government in 2021. In the presentation, he evaluated the food crisis in North Korea through the international human rights law. For his dissertation, he researches the most effective criminal mechanism for human rights crimes committed by the North Korean regime for his JSD dissertation titled “The Transitional Justice Mechanism for North Korean human rights Violations: A Model of Tribunal for Criminal Prosecution” under the supervision of Professor Desierto.