A proud Georgia native, Kim grew up in Cobb county and attended the University of Georgia and received her degree in Criminal Justice. As a law student at Georgia State University School of Law, she was a state finalist in the trial competitions with the Student Trial Lawyers Association and was a member of the Honor Court. Kim completed an internship with both the Fulton County Solicitor’s Office as well as the Southern Center for Human Rights. She was awarded a Governor’s Honor internship as clerk to the Honorable Judge Richard "Stan" Gault of the Blue Ridge Judicial circuit.
Kim has been an assistant district attorney in Cherokee and Forsyth counties prosecuting felony cases in juvenile and superior court. Her experience as an assistant solicitor general in Cobb County included misdemeanor prosecutions of DUI, VGCSA, shoplifting, sex crimes, domestic violence and traffic offenses as the lead attorney. Kim has conducted over 50 jury trials.
Kim’s passion does not end at the courtroom door. She has worked tirelessly as a volunteer and organizer for organizations and non-profits such as Due West UMC Treasure Chest, L’il Lambs Closet Consignment sale at First United Methodist Church, Sleighbells on the Square benefiting the Cobb Community Service Fund and the Junior League of Cobb-Marietta. She is a recipient of the 2006 Ruth Northcutt Community Service award.
Kim is on the Board of Directors of the national DUI Defense Lawyers Association, a member of the Georgia Bar Association, The Cobb County Bar Association, National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, National College of DUI Defense, a Vice-President of the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys and the Atlanta and Marietta Lawyers Club. She has been admitted to practice in the Superior Courts of Georgia, The Georgia Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Georgia. She also current sits at the President of the Solo/Small Firm section of the Cobb County Bar Association. Kim opened the Frye Law Group in 2008 for the sole purpose to defend the rights of the criminally accused. Kim’s significant training and experience on both sides of the judicial aisle allowed her to emerge as a seasoned advocate for each client’s rights.