Caroline Kim has an M.Sc. and a B.Sc. from McGill University where she studied psychiatric genetics, and has published in a number of journals including the American Journal of Psychiatry. She holds her LL.B. in common law and B.C.L. in civil laws from McGill University where she continued to study mental health in the context of human rights and the law. She is a recipient of the Hans Hermann Oppenheimer Scholarship in International Law and was an editor of the McGill Law Journal.
Her past experience in public health and law includes work on legal matters for the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (Ontario). Caroline has diverse experience working in human rights and legal aid organizations both domestically and internationally. She was a litigation lawyer for the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic, a unique clinic which provides both psycho-social and legal services to women survivors of domestic violence, and an international volunteer at the Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA) Research and Educational Trust, in Malawi. She is currently employed at Miller Thomson LLP, a Canadian national law firm.