Kim Harmon is a paralegal who works in our Business Litigation practice group out of our Denver office. Her work focuses on case management services for complex civil litigation and business litigation.
Prior to her career in the legal profession, Kim lived in Los Angeles and worked in in the Film and Music Industry as an orchestrator/arranger/producer. She also worked as a project manager to ensure that local community economic development programs were accurately implemented for multi-million and billion dollar projects such as the SoFi Stadium, Wilshire Grande, and the current Intuit Dome Project.
Covid caused much to change, so she went back to school for a paralegal certificate and realized that she found what she really loves to do. In her current role, Kim likes being able to learn new subjects, where every day can be completely different. In the hectic days during a trial, she feels that much of the chaos is similar to what it was like working on a feature film score. Being able to work, as a team, is what gives Kim the most joy.
Outside of work, you can usually find Kim and her pup, Rylie hiking, SUPing (Stand Up Paddling)and camping. She also still helps out on film scoring projects/orchestrations as a creative outlet. And since she’s an Ohio native, during the fall season, Saturdays are dedicated to watching her Ohio State Buckeyes dominate. Kim is also still figuring out how to grow tomatoes in Colorado, and how to pre-emptively avoid the hail.
- Undergraduate Degree, Miami of Ohio
- Studied at UCLA for Scoring for Film and Multimedia
- Paralegal Certificate, Arapahoe Community College.
Areas Of Practice
Professional and Community Affiliations
- Member, Rocky Mountain Paralegal Association
- Member, National Federation of Paralegal Associations
- *Not licensed to the practice of law