Kim focuses her practice in general civil litigation with an emphasis in representation of businesses and individuals in cases involving personal injury, premises liability, wrongful death and employment matters. She has extensive experience in law and motion practice, mediation and trial preparation as well as all phases of discovery, including depositions.
Kim has litigation experience in religious entity defense, insurance defense, toxic substance exposure defense, habitability claims as well as real estate, bankruptcy, and criminal actions.
Kim graduated magna cum laude from Charleston School of Law. She was a recipient of the presidential honors scholarship and received the top grade in Legal Research, Analysis & Writing I, Legal Research, Analysis & Writing II, and Civil Procedure II. While attending Charleston School of Law, Kim served as the Senior Research Editor for the Charleston Law Review and was recognized for 130+ hours of pro bono service. She also clerked for the U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina.