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Eunyoung Cho

Eunyoung Cho
Consultant Solicitor Advocate

Eunyoung is an experienced UK Immigration and employment specialist lawyer, and advocate in London.


Eunyoung is an experienced and a highly regarded lawyer in her specialist fields, and is particularly well known for her unique work among the Korean community in the UK, including the Korean Embassy in London.

Eunyoung is an expert in UK Immigration law. She assists in migration planning for individuals, families, and managing global mobility of employees, business representatives, and investors to the UK. Eunyoung has a wealth of experience in assisting a wide variety of international clients, incl. overseas government organisations, banks, food & beverages import/ export companies, toy manufacturing and sales companies, restaurant & hospitality, third sector organisations, e.g. religious/ ecclesiastical corporations, and education charities, to advise on all aspects of successful sponsor licence entry and compliance (including Resident Labour Market Test, Restricted Certificate of Sponsorship, Curtailment & Revocation, Renewal). unyoung conducts Immigration appeals and Judicial Review against Home Office refusals.

Civil Litigation (& Agency Solicitor)

Both in and out of court, Eunyoung is a careful and instinctively thorough litigator and an advocate. She acts for both Claimants and Defendants at the Employment Tribunals in discrimination and dismissal claims, and any breach of contracts and negligence actions for both individuals and companies, at all levels of Tribunals and civil courts in England and Wales. Eunyoung also appears as Agency Solicitor for other law firms in London and the surrounding counties. See Solicitors' Association of Higher Courts Advocates' directory on how to instruct. Link:

If litigation is not your first choice, Eunyoung may be approached directly for provision of service as a mediator on

Employment Law

For UK employment law, Eunyoung is often instructed by employers and their HR departments on drafting contract/handbook, internal dispute resolution, drafting and executing settlement agreement, as well as immigration compliance.

Public Speaking and Training

Eunyoung is an emerging public speaker on immigration and employment law at various events and she regularly delivers lectures and workshops on immigration and employment law. For enquiries on in-house training or one-off workshops provision on any aspect of immigration and employment law, migration planning, compliance and enforcement, please contact Eunyoung on or visit:

Eunyoung also regularly publishes legal updates and useful information from her fields of practise on her blog.

Professional Membership

  • Immigration Law Practitioners Association (ILPA)
  • Employment Lawyers Association (ELA),
  • Solicitors' Association of Higher Courts Advocates (SAHCA)

How to get in touch

Eunyoung works flexibly in and around London, Surrey, and Hampshire, and would be happy to offer both personal and telephone consultation. For first initial enquiries, please email the nature of your query to:


2003 University of the West of England, Bristol (LL.B Hons, European and International Law).

2003 The Honourable Society of Middle Temple.

2006 The College of Law; Non-Practising Barrister.

2008 Solicitor 

2010 (Solicitor).

2011 Solicitor Advocate.

Barrister Setfords Solicitors

Twitter name: SolChoLaw


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