Kim has worked for Baird, Williams & Greer, LLP since 2000. During her tenure she has served as the managing paralegal and in February, 2008 was promoted to the position of firm administrator.
Kim is a long-time resident of Arizona, with a diverse professional and personal background which includes living and working in Hong Kong and Japan. Kim attended college in southern California and subsequently earned her Paralegal Certificate in 1997 in Arizona.
As the firm’s administrator Kim manages the business functions and oversees all administrative matters impacting Baird, Williams & Greer. She manages human resources and finances, and facilitates and coordinates the technology needs for the firm. In addition to overseeing the maintenance of all data and file systems, Kim is responsible for financial planning and controls, and personnel administration. She identifies and plans for the changing needs of the firm, and shares responsibility with the firm’s partners regarding strategic planning and practice management.
Kim is also responsible for all operational audits, cost/benefit analysis, systems development, as well as the management all counsel billings and collections. Kim contributes to financial planning, forecasting, and budgeting for the firm. She is responsible for staff recruiting and the supervision of paralegals and support staff, including resource allocation, work product quality control, professional standards, substantive practice systems. Kim also participates in the strategic and tactical planning, workflow, quality control, firm marketing and development, planning processes and other general management functions.
Before Kim’s promotion she was the managing paralegal at Baird, Williams & Greer. Kim worked on complex commercial litigation cases from preliminary due diligence to strategy, deposition, arbitration and trial. Kim assisted on several cases that went to the jury with multi-million dollar verdicts in favor of Baird, Williams & Greer clients. Kim continues to be responsible for and oversee the work of the paralegals in the firm.
Kim has been instrumental in the firm's representation of the $500 million dollar Baptist Foundation of Arizona criminal defense litigation, which has involved several million documents during discovery, nearly twenty thousand trial exhibits.
Kim’s other interests include swimming, tennis, singing, reading and decorating her home.