Armstrong, Callan & Shiu, LLP

Kimberly T. Pham

Kimberly T. Pham

Ms. Pham is an Associate Attorney with the firm.  Ms. Pham represents employers and insurance companies throughout Northern California in all stages of Workers´ Compensation litigation, including the defense of serious and willful claims, disability discrimination claims, and subrogation. 

Ms. Pham´s practice includes advising employers, claims professionals, and human resources professionals regarding return-to-work, reasonable accommodation, FEHA compliance issues involving disabled employees and disability matters that stem from workplace injuries. 

Prior to joining Armstrong & Shiu, LLP, Ms. Pham was a Deputy County Counsel in the Workers´ Compensation Unit at the County of Santa Clara, and an associate attorney at McManis Faulkner & Morgan where she primarily practiced civil litigation.

Ms. Pham is currently the Chair of the Legislative Committee for the Disability Management Employer Coalition, San Jose Chapter. 


  • Detours on the Work' Comp' Highway: ACS Charts Your Routes to Success (Moderator) June 3, 2010

  • SB 899 Revisited: In Critical Care or Critically Important?
    October 21, 2009

  • The Good, the Bad and the Almaraz
    April 23, 2009

  • "Let the Claims Begin: The First 90 Days".
    [Workers´ Compensation Quarterly, Vol. 22, No. 3 (2009)]


  • American Bar Association

  • California State Bar Association

  • Santa Clara County Bar Association

  • Asian Pacific Bar Association of Silicon Valley

  • Vietnamese American Bar Association of Northern California

  • Vietnamese American Professional Women´s´ Assoc. of Silicon Valley

  • National Conference of Vietnamese American Attorneys

  • Asian Law Alliance

  • Chair, Legislative Committee, Disability Management Employer Coalition, San Jose Chapter



  • California Supreme Court

  • United States District Court, Northern District of California

  • United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit



  • J.D., University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law (Concentration in Trial Advocacy)

  • B.A. in Political Science and Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley