Christian H. Kim
As a first-generation Korean immigrant, Christian has first-hand knowledge of the cultural and language challenges many people in Southern California face. Having watched his parents working and sacrificing for the family as immigrants, Christian knows the value of hard work and what it takes to get there.
Having gone through a serious auto accident in high school where Christian was hospitalized for weeks with having surgeries and years later another surgery related to the same accident while in law school, he knows what it is like to go through the losses, pain and suffering from being on the receiving end of personal injury. Christian obtained his B.A. from Cal State University of Northridge and his J.D. from Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
Bar and Court Admissions:
California state lawyer license in good standing (SBN: 332930)
Western Michigan University Cooley Law School – Lansing, MI
Juris Doctorate, August 2011
- Honor Scholarship Recipient
- Dean’s List Recipient
- Assisted seniors and indigent with filing taxes (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance)
California State University of Northridge – Northridge, CA
Bachelor of Arts and Sciences, December 2004
- Fluent in Korean
- Excellent customer service