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Secretary General, Constitutional Court

Secretary General 인쇄
박종문 사무처장 증명사진
  • Park Jong Mun 1959. 10. 22.
  • 1978.Jangheung High School, Jeonnam
  • 1983.Seoul National University College of Law
  • 1984.26th National Bar Exam
  • 1987.Judicial Research & Training Institute
  • 1987.Army Judicial Officer
  • 1990.Judge, Uijeongbu Branch, Seoul District Court
  • 1992.Judge, Seoul Civil District Court
  • 1994.Judge, Sooncheon Branch, Gwangju District Court
  • 1996.Judge, Gwangju High Court
  • 1997.Judge, Seoul District Court
  • 1999.Judge, Seoul High Court
  • 2000.Research Judge, Supreme Court
  • 2002.Presiding Judge, Jeju District Court
  • 2004.Presiding Judge, Ansan Branch, Suwon District Court
  • 2006.Presiding Judge, Seoul Northern District Court
  • 2008.Presiding Judge, Seoul Central District Court
  • 2009.Attorney, One Law Partners, LLC
  • 2012.Representative Attorney, One Law Partners, LLC
  • 2019.Secretary General, Constitutional Court

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President of the Constitutional Court

The President of the Constitutional Court is appointed by the President of the Republic from among the Justices, with the consent of the National Assembly. The President of the Constitutional Court represents the Constitutional Court, takes charge of the affairs of the Court, and directs and supervises public employees under his or her authority. The President of the Constitutional Court is the Chairman of the Council of Justices, and the presiding Justice of the Full Bench of the Constitutional Court. In addition, the President has authority on personnel management at the Constitutional Court. In case the position becomes vacant due to an unforeseeable event, another Justice will act as proxy according to the procedure set forth in the Constitutional Court Act. The treatment and remuneration of the President is the same as that of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

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