- BA (Hons.) U. of T. (Political Science and History)
- LLB (Osgoode Law School)
- LLM (Osgoode Law School – Administrative Law)
- Called to the Ontario Bar 1993
- 15 years private practice in labour, employment and human rights law
- Ontario Judicial Council member (2009-2013 Law Society of Upper Canada appointee)
- Part-time member Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario
- Research and Labour Relations Officer – Ontario Nurses’ Association (7 years)
- Human Rights Officer – Ontario Human Rights Commission (7 years)
- Part-time member of the Board of Inquiry and the Public Service Grievance Board
- College instructor – Dubai
- Speaker on labour, employment and human rights at:
- Ontario Bar Association
- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Osgoode Hall Law School – Professional Development
- Lancaster House
- Canadian Association of Black Lawyers
- Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace at Queen’s University Faculty of Law
- Current/former board member and chair of the equality effect and the Nathanial Dett Chorale
- Current and former memberships include Canadian Association of Black Lawyers (CABL), National Legal Committee of the Women’s’ Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF), Urban Alliance on Race Relations (UARR), National Association of Women in Law (NAWL), Ontario Black History Society (OBHS), Pro bono legal support for Wellspring Money Matters clinic
Appointed by the Minister of Labour to approved list (Section 49) under the OLRA June 2015.
Kim is an experienced mediator specializing in labour, employment and human rights disputes.
Kim has conducted numerous workplace investigations. These form a limited portion of her current practice.
TRAINING AND FACILITATION
Kim will continue to provide neutral training and facilitation services.