Nosuk Pak Kim

Nosuk Pak Kim

Nosuk is a cofounder of the firm. She is preeminent in immigration law and practices in the Eastern Virginia area. For over 25 years she has represented clients of all nationalities who wish to work and stay in America. She is a graduate of the college of William and Mary (Bachelor of Business Administration, 1983) and Suffolk University school of Law in Boston Massachusetts (juris doctor 1989).

Mrs. Kim has taught Continuing Legal Education courses on immigration for the Virginia, Newport News and Hampton Bar associations and has served as an adjunct professor at the College of William and Mary Law School. Mrs. Kim is a Founder and Board Member of the Peninsula School for Autism, as well as a Board member for the Hampton Roads International Montessori School. She also serves as an Advisor to the Peninsula Korean-American Association and Hampton Roads Korean Business Association and a contributing writer to the Dureh Journal. She is fluent in Korean.


  • The College of William & Mary,  Williamsburg, Virginia
    • B.B.A. (Accounting) – 1983
  • Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts
    • Juris Doctor – 1986-1989

Bar/Court Admissions

  • Newport News Bar Association 1990
  • Greater Peninsula Women’s Bar Association 1990
  • Peninsula Bar Association 1999

Affiliations and Community Service

  • Peninsula School for Autism (Co-Founder/Board member, 2009 – present)
  • Committee on Disabilities, appointed by Mayor of Newport News (2013)
  • Advisory Board to Asian American Committee to Senator John Miller (2013)
  • Newport News Bar – Director/Secretary (2010-2012)
  • SEAC (Special Education Advisory Board for Newport News Public School, 2009 – 2011)
  • Hampton Roads International Montessori School (Board Member, 2006 – 2013)
  • Virginia Peninsula Counsel of Domestic Violence (Board Member, 1993-1996)
  • People to People (1992)
  • Peninsula Korean-American Association (Advisor)
  • Hampton Roads Korean Business Association (Advisor)
  • Dureh Journal (Contributing Writer)
  • Caribbean Times (Legal Commentator)