Frost Brown Todd’s Environmental Practice Adds New Associate

October 30, 2012

Chris Kim recently joined Frost Brown Todd as an associate in the firm’s environmental practice group, resident in the Cincinnati office. Ms. Kim joins the firm from the Ohio Attorney General’s office where she served as Assistant Attorney General in the Environmental Enforcement Section from 2010 through 2012.  While in this position, she represented the State of Ohio on Clean Air Act matters and participated in the briefing filed by State and other local government petitioners in the successful challenge to the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule before the DC Circuit Court of Appeals.

The addition of Ms. Kim adds to the depth of Frost Brown Todd’s environmental practice, bringing the group’s numbers to fifteen attorneys focused exclusively on environmental matters. “We are very excited about the talent we’ve brought to our group over the last year,” says Kevin McMurray, Environmental Practice Group Chair at Frost Brown Todd. “We have a strong group of environmental attorneys on our team.  Our goal is to have our clients directly and immediately benefit from these additions.”

Ms. Kim received her juris doctor from the Washington University School of Law, where she was the competition and development editor for the Washington University Law Review. In addition to her legal practice Ms. Kim is an avid runner, participating in the 2011 Flying Pig Marathon, and enjoys bikram yoga.