Stacy Kim is a Staff Attorney at the ABA Commission on Immigration (COI) where she focuses on resource development and pro bono placement for Dedicated Docket cases and Afghan arrivals seeking humanitarian relief.
Stacy received her undergraduate and Master's in Teaching degrees from the University of Virginia. She received her Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center where she focused her studies on education and child welfare law. Stacy began her legal career as a Justice Catalyst Fellow at Legal Aid Justice Center in northern Virginia as part of its immigrant justice program. She then worked as a staff attorney, and later, a supervising attorney, on the unaccompanied children's team at Michigan Immigrant Rights Center before joining COI.
Stacy is licensed to practice law in Michigan and Virginia.