Kym’s practice focuses on conducting neutral workplace investigations. She has a range of experience across intersecting fields, including litigation, education and mediation, which provides a breadth of perspective and an integrated approach to her practice. Her passion and strengths lie in building connections with people and in understanding what motivates individual decisions. As a result, she is able to deliver unbiased and well-supported findings in her investigations.
Kym is a graduate of the AWI's Training Institute for Workplace Investigators and an AWI Certificate Holder (AWI-CH). She is also a trained mediator who has mediated a variety of civil harassment and small claims court disputes.
Kym was previously an associate at Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin. She also worked as an attorney for the Alameda County Superior Court. In addition to her legal experience, Kym has spent time abroad developing academic policy and regulations at the university level in Ireland.
When she is not working, Kym enjoys spending time with her family, traveling (to Ireland and beyond) and singing. She also serves on the Board of the Center for Youth Development through Law, which provides educational programs and internship opportunities to students from under-resourced East Bay communities.
University of California, Berkeley School of Law, J.D., 1998
University of California, San Diego, B.A, Political Science, 1994 cum laude
Activities & Affiliations
Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI)
Board Member of the Center for Youth Development through Law
State Bar of California, 1998