RIW’s President and Litigation Department Chair Bradley L. Croft commented: “We are thrilled to welcome an accomplished trial lawyer like Kim to the firm. Her decades of experience, deep substantive legal knowledge and practical approach to problem solving are a natural fit with RIW and its clients.”
Kim has handled more than 150 trials before state and federal courts, including over 50 jury trials. She concentrates her practice on construction disputes, employment law issues, and general litigation matters. Kim is skilled in handling both the prosecution and defense of claims. Her representative matters include cases involving construction deficiencies, contract disputes, mechanic’s liens, wage violations, wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, employment practices and business disputes.
Kim is a leader within the legal community and regularly lectures on advocacy issues before the trial bar and other legal interest groups. She serves as an appointed member of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Section Counsel. Kim was a past co-chair of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys Women’s Caucus. She is a long-time member of the Women’s Bar Association.
Kim is also active in her community. She serves as an Oak Meadow School Board Trustee and is a member and former chair of its Audit and Risk Management Committee. Kim is a long-standing mock trial coach and judge. She is a recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award for her mock trial work with the Discovering Justice Program. In 2016, Kim also co-founded the Women’s Professional Network which unites and promotes diversified professional women.