Kim has been a member of the AALA since 2014, when she started volunteering on the association’s Membership and Program committees. She has maintained an active role in these committees and served as co-chair for the Food Law Track at the AALA 2019 Symposium in Washington D.C.
“I joined the AALA the year I became partner at Thompson Coburn so I could meet other attorneys with a similar practice. Before this, the only other ag lawyers I knew were my colleagues and opposing counsel. Not only did I meet new people with similar practices and interests, but I also felt like I had found the right organization within which to grow my professional network.”
Established in 1980, the AALA is a national professional association serving as the premier association for agricultural law and policy professionals. Its mission is informing and engaging the law and policy professionals who serve all facets of the agricultural and food communities.
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