Eunice Kim

Eunice is one of the first women lawyers in Ontario of Korean heritage. After graduating from the University of Toronto and Osgoode Hall Law School, she was admitted to the New York and Ontario bars in 1987 and practiced in New York City for five years. Specializing in real estate, she provides commercial legal advice to businesses in both Canada and the United States. She served as a legal advisor in Toronto to the Counsel General of the Republic of Korea, and currently serves as a director of Canadian Association of Korean Schools, Korean Community Heritage Society, Vice President of Korean Women’s International Network –Toronto Chapter, and is the current chair of the board of Arirang Age-Friendly Community Centre, a charity for seniors’ welfare.