Before joining the firm, Kim conducted complex capital investigations, with one of her cases resulting in a favorable decision by the California Supreme Court. She routinely incorporated trauma-informed practices to help her clients and witnesses describe their experiences.
Kim also served as an attorney for the State of California’s trial courts, working with a broad range of stakeholders such as judges, court leadership and staff, law enforcement, prisons and public interest groups.
In her spare time, Kim served as Vice-Chair on the Berkeley Police Review Commission; acted as a volunteer consultant for the Oakland Police Department’s Office of the Inspector General; and is a novelist.
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D.
Bryn Mawr College; B.A., Philosophy
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State Bar of California
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