Kim received her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Manitoba and has practiced law in Winnipeg since 1989. She joined the firm of Duboff Edwards Haight & Schachter as a partner in 2004.
Her work has focussed on the areas of Corporate Law, Economic Development, Wills and Estates, Aboriginal Law, Governance, as well as commercial and residential purchases and sales.
Along with her work in Winnipeg and northern Manitoba, Kim also practices in the Territory of Nunavut with an emphasis on project development, land transactions, governance and treaty negotiations.
A frequent lecturer, Kim has presented for the Manitoba Real Estate Association, Manitoba Bar Association - Aboriginal Law Section, the Law Society of Manitoba, the Law Society of Nunavut and elsewhere, and she has facilitated the Real Estate component of the Law Society of Manitoba CPLED program.
She is a Past Chair of the Aboriginal Law Section of the Manitoba Bar Association and of the Canada Pension Plan/Old Age Security Review Tribunal. She is the current Chair of the Discipline Committee of the Law Society of Nunavut. Her volunteer work includes contributions to the Manitoba Real Property Liaison Committee, several committees of the Law Society of Nunavut including Discipline, Membership & Applications, and Legal Ethics & Practice. She also volunteers as a peer support person for the Canadian Cancer Society.