Escaping the genocide of 1970s Cambodia was the beginning of a journey that took Sok-Khieng (So-Can) Lim/Hardy through triumphs and tragedies which have impacted her in ways she is still discovering. Learn how her perseverance and tenacity took her from the depths of loneliness to finding a passion helping others and how she continuously learns to find the patience of common ground with those who think and see the world differently than she does.
About our speaker:
Sok-Khieng (So-Can) Lim is a managing member of the law firm of Rush, Hannula, Harkins & Kyler. Her primary areas of practice are personal injury, medical malpractice and immigration law. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona College of Law in 2000 and earned her B.S. degree from the University of Oregon in 1996. Sok-Khieng has been practicing law in the State of Washington since 2000.
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