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Kim has been with Keating, Bucklin & McCormack, Inc., P.S., since 2001, after working as a law clerk at the firm while still in law school. Her practice includes assisting public entities in responding to Public Records Act requests, as well as handling land use matters, civil rights litigation, and personal injury defense. Kim has defended governmental entities in a number of cases that have gone to trial, including earning a complete defense verdict, along with Andy Cooley and Stew Estes, in what is believed to be the largest civil rights class action case to go to verdict is U.S. history. Over 160 plaintiffs sought damages of over $30 million, plus punitive damages, and compensatory damages for the hundreds of class members as well. The jury rejected all claims.
Kim graduated with a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, majoring in International Relations. She received her law degree from Seattle University in 2001, graduating cum laude. In law school, Kim was the Research & Technical Editor of the Seattle University Law Review.
Outside of work, Kim is a mom of three, and serves as a Vice President on the board of the Stroum Jewish Community Center of Greater Seattle.
Clarence Tolliver, Seattle, WA