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You-Jin works primarily on issues of state and federal Freedom of Information law.
She earned her Bachelor of Journalism degree in TV and Radio News from the University of Missouri-Columbia. During that time, she reported for NPR-affiliate KBIA 91.3 FM and NBC-affiliate KOMU-TV8. After graduation, she taught high school journalism and English in inner-city St. Louis as a member of Teach for America. You-Jin then attended Emory Law School, where she served as a teaching assistant for the undergraduate Communications Law course, Managing Editor for the Emory International Law Review, and Vice President of Communications for Emory University’s Graduate Student Government Association.
Prior to working at the Reporters Committee, she interned at Georgia Lawyers for the Arts, where she worked on intellectual property issues, and in the legal department of Fox Television Stations, Inc.