Professor Rosa Kim graduated from Boston College Law School in 1994. Prior to attending law school, Professor Kim graduated cum laude from Tufts University in 1985, and in 1988 received an M.A. from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, where she specialized in International Economics and Latin American Studies.

At Boston College Law School, Professor Kim served as Topics Editor for the Third World Law Journal. Upon graduation from law school, Professor Kim worked as a litigation associate at the Boston firm of Rubin & Rudman, then as Assistant Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the Civil Trial Division litigating cases in the areas of civil rights, torts and employment law. Prior to joining the Suffolk University Law School faculty, Professor Kim taught Legal Research and Writing at Boston University School of Law for seven years and also taught in the Legal Studies Department at Brandeis University as a Guberman Fellow. 

She joined the faculty at Suffolk University Law School in 2006.

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