DAEMIE M. KIM & R. GRANT COOK, Attorneys
DAEMIE grew up in Portland, Oregon, and was educated at Glencoe High School, Dartmouth College, and Willamette University College of Law where she earned academic awards in Employment Law & Discrimination, Advanced Topics in Conflict Theory, Negotiation, and Legal Research and Writing. Daemie's practice primarily focuses on Employment.
Licensed to practice in the State of Oregon, the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Daemie serves as an elected member of the House of Delegates for the Oregon State Bar and on the Executive Committee for the Oregon State Bar Civil Rights Division.
GRANT grew up in Stafford, Oregon. He attended Lakeridge High School, the University of Oregon and Oregon State University for undergraduate studies, and Willamette University of Law for graduate school. At Willamette: Grant won Willamette's First Year Appellate Competition, gaining him automatic entry into Willamette's Moot Court; wrote for the Willamette Law Online, U.S. Supreme Court section; and graduated with a certificate from Willamette's Dispute Resolution program from which he was awarded high paper for his review of the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) program in the United States District Court for the District of Oregon. While attending law school, Grant clerked for in-house counsel of Kettle Foods, Inc. and also worked as a small-claims mediator for the Marion County Circuit Court.
Following law school, Grant clerked one year for the Hon. Robert Selander, then the presiding judge of Clackamas County Circuit Court.
Since being admitted to practice in 2006, Grant has developed a broad range of legal skills and experience in both civil and criminal forums.
Grant is licensed to practice in Oregon and Washington, the U.S. District Court for Oregon, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.