Frank Kim is an experienced attorney with a passion for advocating for the rights of workers and consumers. Prior to law school, Mr. Kim founded an interfaith-based non-profit that partners with the AFL-CIO to support low-wage workers in organizing campaigns throughout Southern California. Through the non-profit, Mr. Kim was instrumental in organizing campaigns for janitors, nurses, domestic workers, and hotel workers. Prior to opening his firm, Mr. Kim represented some of the largest financial institutions and corporations in the world and recently served as the General Counsel of the largest privately-held auto finance lender in the country. Given his unique experience, Mr. Kim evaluates employment and consumer law matters from every angle and perspective, including the corporation's point of view. He is a relentless advocate and provides caring, personalized representation on behalf of individuals.
University of California, Berkley, B.A.
Department Honors in Philosophy and Rhetoric
Yale Divinity School, M.A.R.
Marquand Scholar, full tuition scholarship
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D.
Editor of the Hastings Business Law Journal