Yunjin Lee is a senior lawyer with outstanding attention to detail, excellent technical skills and thorough, investigative approach.



Based in Moulis Legal’s Canberra office, Yunjin Lee is a senior lawyer in the international trade law team.

As well as holding a Bachelor of Laws (with Honours), Yunjin is currently completing a degree in Asian Studies from Australian National University.

Yunjin assists international clients throughout countries including Korea, China, South Africa and the United States, and across the automotive, renewable energy and steel industries, to navigate the Australian and foreign anti-dumping systems and processes. She consistently delivers favourable commercial outcomes, despite challenging trade climates.

Yunjin also provides research and strategic advice in complex matters relating to trade defence, importation regulation and tariff classification. She prepares key submissions to the Australian Anti-Dumping Commission and has hands-on experience in guiding clients through investigations and verification procedures.

Having studied Mandarin to the highest non-native level at the ANU and being of Korean background, Yunjin has working fluency in both languages. This has enabled her to provide a high quality, personalised experience to clients in multicultural contexts and to excel in stakeholder relationship management.

Yunjin is a committee member of the ACT Branch for the Asian Australian Lawyers Association, a national non-for-profit organisation of Asian Australian lawyers and lawyers interested in Asia (regardless of background), which promotes cultural diversity in the legal profession by connecting and empowering legal professionals.

In her spare time, Yunjin can be found hunting down the latest good eats in Canberra, or watching an episode of Grand Designs.



Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and degree in Asian Studies both from the Australian National University

Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law

Practising Certificate – Member of Roll of Legal Practitioners of the Australian Capital Territory



Lawyers Weekly “30 under 30” awards – finalist - Competition, Trade and Regulation



English, Korean, Mandarin