For his undergraduate, Mr. Kim studied psychology and political science at the University of California, Berkeley. Shortly after, Mr. Kim was admitted to the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.
During his time at UC Hastings, Mr. Kim did a variety of internships. As a first-year, Mr. Kim interned for the Honorable Judge M. Elaine Hammond of the United States Bankruptcy Court – Northern District of California. Mr. Kim then spent a semester at the capitol working in the Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation analyzing tax bills and studying legislative interpretation. As a second-year Mr. Kim interned at the San Francisco Assessor-Recorder’s Office under Carmen Chu. There, Mr. Kim analyzed the practical implications and consequences of implementing a split-roll tax.
After passing the California bar, Mr. Kim joined the Carlson Law Group, Inc. in September of 2017.
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