May 2024 – Kendall Brill & Kelly Partners Laura Brill and Nary Kim are featured in Los Angeles Business Journal’s “Women of Influence: Attorneys 2024.” The publication recognizes both women among “the region’s most influential women legal professionals.”

The Journal, which serves as the region’s leading business publication, annually honors “attorneys who happen to be women” for their “exceptional legal skill and achievement across the full spectrum of responsibility, exemplary leadership as evidenced by the highest professional and ethical standards, and for contributions to the Los Angeles community at large.”

As a KBK Founding Partner, Ms. Brill’s successful long-standing career in law has earned her numerous publications, awards and recognitions. In the courtroom, she recently led the successful defense of Measure J, L.A. County’s charter amendment dedicating funds to social services and racial justice. She is also one of the United States’ leading voices for high school voter registration and youth participation, having founded and currently serving as CEO for The Civics Center, a nationally renowned nonpartisan, non-profit dedicated to get high school students in America registered to vote.

As a Partner and lead member of KBK’s Media and Entertainment team, Ms. Kim is a leader inside and outside the courtroom. She has achieved success in many noteworthy cases, including helping secure the recent early dismissal of a high-profile lawsuit against Paramount Pictures seeking $500 million brought by two former actors in the 1968 film adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet.” She maintains an active pro bono practice and currently sits on the Board of Directors for Public Counsel, the nation’s largest provider of pro bono legal services. Ms. Kim was also recently featured in the Los Angeles Business Journal’s “Leaders of Influence: Minority Attorneys 2024” issue.

For more information about Ms. Brill and Ms. Kim’s inclusion in this year’s “Women of Influence” list, please see the Business Journal’s feature.