Page A. Kim

Page Kim

Page Kim counsels clients on labor and employment matters. As a judicial intern to the Honorable Beryl A. Howell, U.S. District Court, Page conducted legal research and drafted memoranda concerning civil and criminal matters pending before the court, including dispositive motions on rules of civil procedure, international law, and administrative law. She also attended hearings in civil and criminal matters; completed cite checks for opinions on administrative law, civil damages, and other final orders; and drafted portions of opinions, including sections on questions of standing, statutory background, case-specific facts, and procedural history.

Page gained significant experience volunteering with the Legal Aid Justice Center Just Children Program in Charlottesville, Virginia. She served as liaison between clients and supervising attorneys, conducted intake interviews, and reviewed cases to provide free representation to low-income families and ensure equitable education outcomes.




  • J.D. University of Virginia School of Law 2021
    • Virginia Law Scholarship (merit-based scholarship)
    • Submissions editor, Virginia Journal of International Law
    • Chair, 2L Senator and Health & Wellness Committee, Student Bar Association
    • Director of curriculum, Street Law
    • Lambda Law Alliance
    • Virginia Law Women
    • Child Advocacy Clinic
  • B.A. Political Science and Rhetorical Studies summa cum laude Syracuse University 2015
    • Renee Crown University Honors Program
    • Mary E. Earle Endowed Prize (for excellence in research and writing)
    • White Denison Grand Prize (in recognition of exemplary public speaking)

Bar Admissions

  • District of Columbia