A native of Jackson, Mississippi, Kim came to Texas in 1987 to attend Baylor University, then going on to South Texas College of Law where she served on the South Texas Law Review and was a member of the Order of the Lytae.
Kim is a member of the law firm of Tavormina & Young, which is approved and designated by railroad labor unions.
Kim has over 15 years experience, working on hundreds of FELA cases. She has written briefs, handled important FELA motions and argued many cases in State and Federal court.
At her former firm, she worked with the trial team that represented Exxon in its Texas litigation against Lloyd's of London over a coverage dispute involving the cleanup of the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
The focus of her general civil practice includes FELA work, general negligence cases, business disputes, insurance coverage issues, premises liability and products liability cases.
Kim is a member of the Houston Bar Association, American Bar Association, State Bar of Texas, State Bar College and Texas Trial Lawyers Association, and she has served on the Texas Trial Lawyer Board of Advocates where she has been actively involved in membership, fund-raising and continuing legal education projects throughout Texas.
*Houston Bar Association
*American Bar Association
*State Bar of Texas
*State Bar College
*Texas Trial Lawyers Association