Kim develops training curriculum and programs as well as leadership opportunities for Bond attorneys. She focuses on inclusion efforts and implements strategies to increase the recruitment and advancement of diverse attorneys.
Kim works closely with a number of firm constituencies including the associates committee and the recruitment committee to advance their goals. In addition, she works with Bond’s diversity committee, comprised of members, associates and staff, which is charged with advancing the firm's diversity goals as well as with the firm’s Women’s Initiative and Pro Bono Committee.
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 (SU), 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 sits on the New York State Bar Association’s Executive Committee for the Women in Law Section and is a member of the Bar’s Committee on Diversity & Inclusion, where she chairs the Youth Law Day subcommittee. She is a former chair of NYSBA’s Lawyers in Transition Committee. Kim was appointed to the Second Circuit Judicial Council Committee on Civic Education. She sits on the Programs Committee for the Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County.