Joy Kim is a litigation associate in the San Francisco office. Her practice focuses on commercial litigation.

She has experience representing and advising clients in commercial litigation and mediations involving antitrust violations, contractual disputes and class actions. She has represented clients as plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts, including private and public corporations in the semiconductor, biopharmaceutical, medical device and dairy industries. She has also advised and represented a technology ride sharing company on prelitigation and litigation matters in administrative actions. Joy has also represented clients in affirmative and defensive asylum proceedings, anti-SLAPP litigation, copyright infringement, Section 1983 civil rights cases and drafted amicus briefs submitted to the Ninth Circuit and Supreme Court. Joy also has experience preparing documents for corporate formation and dissolution.

During law school, Joy worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable Chief Judge Morrison C. England, Jr., in the Eastern District of California and at the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of California.