About Me

Kim is a litigation associate and workers’ compensation practitioner representing the injured in Vermont and New Hampshire for Sabbeth Law. Kim is also a Court of Federal Claims Practitioner where she represents people injured by vaccines anywhere throughout the country before the Federal National Vaccine Injury Compensation Court, Washington D.C.  She is able to meet our vaccine injury clients, no matter where in the U.S. they live, virtually, and her clients are not required to go to Washington, D.C. She is thus able to provide full representation for her clients in the unique field of vaccine injury law wherever they live.  

Her previous legal work experience includes internships with the Office of Legislative Counsel at the Vermont State House, the Conservation Law Foundation, and Vermont lobbying firm the Necrason Group.

Kim grew up outside of Boston, and spent summers camping at Emerald Lake State Park in East Dorset, Vermont. When she moved to Vermont to attend Vermont Law School, she quickly realized she wanted to stay forever. 

Kim was an active member of her law school community, taking on several leadership roles, including Vice President of If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice, Student Representative on the Mental Health Committee, and Senior Managing Editor for the Vermont Law Review. Kim helped coordinate the Vermont Law School Solutions Conference, a full day of programming attended by mental health professionals, attorneys, and policymakers that focused on mental health issues in the legal field.

Before law school, Kim worked in roles that focused on providing top-level client service in the fields of non-profit fundraising and retail management. Kim is delighted to bring her empathy, compassion, and drive to Sabbeth Law where she helps injured Vermonters and New Hampshirites receive the representation and compensation they deserve.

Outside of work, Kim enjoys hiking through the hills of Strafford, attending ballet classes, and cuddling with her fur babies Edgar and Morrigan.