Firm Founder John H. Kim Appointed to Texas Supreme Court Advisory Committee

HOUSTON – Civil trial lawyer and firm founder John H. Kim of The Kim Law Firm has been appointed to the Texas Supreme Court Advisory Committee.

Mr. Kim joins an exclusive roster of top practitioners, law professors, and former Texas judges who assist the court in the continuing study, review, and development of rules and procedures for courts throughout Texas. Mr. Kim’s term continues through Dec. 31, 2023.

“I consider this a career milestone and an honor to be chosen for this distinguished committee,” said Mr. Kim. “This group encompasses a deep wealth of knowledge and experience as it applies to our American court system. I look forward to working together as we advance the court’s mission and application of laws.”

Now in his 29th year practicing law, Mr. Kim balances a robust practice focused around high-stakes and complex litigation matters, while also serving on various professional committees and organizations. He was the 2018 TEX-ABOTA Trial Lawyer of the Year.

Earlier this year, he was named the 2021 National Vice President of the American Board of Trial Advocates Foundation. He also is a member of the Houston and Texas Bar Foundation Life Fellow, Houston-ABOTA National Board Representative, and International Society of Barristers. He was a faculty member of the ABOTA National Trial College at Harvard and Yale.

Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Personal Injury Trial Law and consistently recognized since 2013 as a Top 100 attorney in Houston by Texas Super Lawyers. The firm Mr. Kim founded was also recently named a 2021 Best Law Firm by U.S. News & World Report and The Best Lawyers in America, earning a Tier 1 ranking in business litigation in the Houston metropolitan area.

The Supreme Court Advisory Committee was first created in 1940. Members of the Committee are appointed by the Supreme Court, which from time to time determines their number, qualifications, and terms of service. For more information about the Supreme Court Advisory Committee, visit