In this episode of Personal Jurisdiction, we chat with Wookie Kim, Legal Director at ACLU of Hawaii, about what it means to be an active law student, how he benefitted from his time as a litigation associate at a large law firm, finding your "WHY," and the life-threatening experience that changed his career trajectory and drove his move to beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii.
Wookie Kim is the legal director at the ACLU of Hawaii. He is also a Lecturer in Law at the University of Hawaii at Manoa William S. Richardson School of Law. Prior to his time in Hawaii, Wookie was an Associate at Quinn Emanuel in Washington DC and clerked for the Honorable Catherine C. Blake in the District of Maryland. Wookie is a 2009 graduate of Yale University and a 2014 graduate of Harvard Law School.
Learn more about Wookie's near-death experience in Colorado via his Blog - Wookie Runs America.
Connect with Wookie on LinkedIn.
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