Adam Kim is an academic who studies the psychological health of minority groups and adoptees in the U.S. He applies diversity science methods to psychological science by integrating social, personality, developmental psychology with critical frameworks like critical race theory, critical adoption studies, and queercrit.
His research challenges the traditional White-Black binary approach to racism and alters how psychologists think about minoritized individuals in their field. Additionally, he works on issues of transnational adoption including how these populations experience identity and family life.
Early Life and Education
Adam attended Valparaiso University School of Law in Valparaiso, Indiana where he participated in both Mock Trial Team competition and Phi Delta Phi legal honor society membership. Now co-founding partner at MKP Law Group LLP he practices personal injury law as well as business and real estate litigation litigation.
Adam is also a teacher-scholar whose research challenges psychology’s White-Black binaries by showing how members of marginalized groups can thrive despite oppression. Adam’s area of interest lies within social, personality and developmental psychology as applied to improving transnationally adopted individuals as well as ethnic-racial minorities navigating U.S. immigration processes. When not working he enjoys exploring Portland restaurants as well as working out.
Adam Kim made his professional debut in 2006 and quickly secured four top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour that year.
He made the switch to the European Tour in 2009 and has played ever since, his best finish being winning the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in 2012.
Kim has long advocated the importance of golf to life and society. Additionally, he has been active within his local community.
He is passionate about his craft and dedicated to improving it. In addition to golf, he enjoys sports, camping and family time. Furthermore, he’s a lifelong learner; currently holding certifications as both Holistic Health Coach and Pilates instructor he currently resides in Pleasant Hill with his wife and two sons.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Kim has amassed many achievements and honors. A highly skilled commercial litigator, Adam represents clients in various disputes such as breach of contract claims and government investigations.
He also maintains an active pro bono practice helping asylum seekers navigate the United States immigration system and has written two Ninth Circuit amicus briefs on behalf of leading immigration organizations.
Er is also an avid cyclist and has been an active member of the American Heart Association since his freshman year. Additionally, he has participated in multiple campus activities such as Honors College, Honors Ambassadors program, Federal Fellows program, One Tent Health, Cru and Terp Thon.
Adam Kim is a Chicago-based attorney specializing in personal injury litigation. He provides his clients with guidance and compassion throughout their cases so they may move forward with their lives.
Adam finds great pleasure in music and cooking during his free time, in addition to triathlons and skiing.
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