Grace Kim has more than 20 years of experience in the area of partnership taxation, which includes IRS, law firm and accounting firm positions. Her diversified experience includes working on a broad range of structuring and operational issues in a variety of industries and areas.
Washington DC, Washington DC
- Real estate and construction
- Private equity
- Strategic federal tax
Grace Kim has more than 20 years of experience in the area of partnership taxation, which includes IRS, law firm and accounting firm positions. Her diversified experience includes working on a broad range of structuring and operational issues in a variety of industries and areas. Additionally, she has a strong working knowledge of administrative practice before the IRS.
Prior to serving in her current position, she served as a member of the partnership taxation group in the National Tax Office of an international accounting firm. She also has extensive experience in the tax group of a national law firm where she specialized in matters involving pass-through entities, and in the IRS chief counsel’s national office, where she worked on a variety of public guidance projects as well as nonpublic items, such as private letter rulings, technical advice memorandums and field service advice. She has authored articles in major tax publications, and given presentations at the ABA Section of Taxation, of which she is an active member on the Partnership and LLC Committee for which she serves as a Vice Chair. She has also taught as a member of the adjunct faculty in the Master of Law in Taxation Program at Georgetown University Law Center.
Professional qualifications and memberships
- ABA’s Partnerships and LLCs Committee
- Member, Maryland State Bar Association
- Member, D.C. Bar
- Member, BNA Real Estate Advisory Board
- LLM, Taxation, Georgetown University Law Center
- JD, Georgetown University Law Center
- BS, Foreign Service, Georgetown University