Kim works with firm leadership to create programs and opportunities that support its attorneys so that they may better serve clients. She also focuses on inclusion efforts and implements strategies to increase the retention and advancement of Bond attorneys. 

Kim works closely with several firm committees including the Diversity Committee, the Associates Committee and the Recruiting Committee (attorney) to advance their goals. In addition, she works directly with the firm’s Women’s Initiative. She is a member of the Pro Bono Committee and is charged with overseeing the firm’s pro bono efforts. Kim chairs the firm’s Professional Development Committee and Well-Being Committee. In her role, Kim also works with outside organizations, clients and other partners on educational programs and community initiatives.

Kim’s legal practice began in the New York City office of Clifford Chance US LLP. She then worked for a small firm in Syracuse before working for Syracuse University College of Law, first serving as Assistant Dean of Professional & Career Development for several years before taking on the academic role of Director of Externship Programs where she devoted herself to the professional development of law students and alumni.

Kim is a member of the New York State Bar and is Chair of the New York State Bar Association’s the Women in Law Section. She is a longtime member of the Bar’s Committee on Diversity Equity & Inclusion, where she supports the Youth Law Day events. She is a former chair of NYSBA’s Lawyers in Transition Committee. Kim was appointed to The Robert A. Katzmann Justice For All: Courts and the Community, the civics education project of the Federal Courts of the Second Circuit. She is a Board Member of the Central New York Volunteer Lawyers Project and the Central New York Women’s Bar Association.

  • Co-Founder, Former Co-Director, Syracuse Civics Initiative, Syracuse University
  • Chair, NYSBA Women in Law Section
  • Member, NYSBA Task Force To Help Shape The Future of the Legal Profession
  • Member, Buffalo Niagara Partnership, Diversity Executive Council, 2020-2023
  • Member, NYSBA Committee on Diversity & Inclusion, 2016-Present
    • Chair, Youth Law Day Subcommittee, 2018-2022
  • Former Chair, NYS Bar Association Committee on Lawyers in Transition, 2014-2017
  • Recipient, Syracuse Law Review Faculty/Staff of the Year, 2017-2018
  • Recipient, Syracuse Law Student Bar Association Faculty/Staff of the Year, 2013-2014
  • Appointed Member, Second Circuit Judicial Council Committee on Civic Education
  • Board Member, the Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County
  • Justinian Honorary Law Society
  • Order of the Coif
  • Notes & Comments Editor, Syracuse Law Review

  • Section Chair, Women on the Move 2023: Navigating the Path to Your Success, New York State Bar Association, October 18, 2023
  • Brain Games – Our Brains, Implicit Bias and Legal Practice, 22nd Annual School Attorney Law Conference, New York State Associatio of School Attorneys, June 4, 2023
  • An Interview with Kim Wolf Price, Professional Development and Diversity & Inclusion, Legally Bond Podcast, January 17, 2022
  • Panelist, Ready to Lead: Advancing Women Leaders During the Pandemic and Beyond,  Edith I. Spivack Symposium, NYS Bar Association Annual Meeting, January 26, 2021
  • Program Chair, Constance Baker Motley Symposium, NYS Bar Association Annual Meeting, January 19, 2021 

  • Pro Bono Attorney, Volunteer Lawyers Project (Onondaga County)
  • Chair, Constance Baker Motley Symposium, NYSBA Diversity & Inclusion Celebration, January 2019
  • Moderator, Constance Baker Motley Symposium, NYSBA Diversity & Inclusion Celebration, January 2018
  • Co-chair and panelist, "Women on the Move," NYSBA, 2017 & 2018
  • Panelist, National Conference of Law Reviews: How Journal Experience Benefits Your Career, April 2016
  • Planner & Moderator: NYSBA Career Development Conference, January 2014; January 2015; January 2016