Beth Kidd

Civil Rights Fellow

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About Beth Kidd


Beth Kidd believes that fighting for equity in the workplace is a foundational aspect of building a more just and inclusive society. Work has the potential to be an incredibly rewarding and expansive experience – an opportunity to build skills and cultivate purpose in our lives, to help others, and to be creative and innovative. But when things go wrong at work, it can be constraining, exploitative, and even traumatic. This is why Beth became an attorney – she believes in the transformative power of the law to remedy injustice and restore the power imbalance between working people and their employers.

During law school, Beth worked for Washington Civil and Disability Advocate, the National Labor Relations Board, Terrell Marshall Law Group, and the Complex Litigation Division of the Washington Attorney General’s Office. She also served on the board of Students for Labor and Employment Justice, as president of the Public Interest Law Association, and was a recipient of the Mary Ellen Krug Award. All these experiences have allowed her to learn about different approaches to advocacy and to build expertise in civil rights and employment law. Outside of work, Beth enjoys the abundance of natural beauty at our fingertips in the Pacific Northwest. She loves hiking, kayaking, snowshoeing, and reading outside with her husband and dog. She is a lover of classic film, vegetarian cooking, and a long-time member of her local boxing gym.

Badges & Awards

2023 Mary Ellen Krug Award Recipient


J.D. – University of Washington School of Law (cum laude)

B.A. – Indiana University
Public Policy & Psychology Minor


Beth comes to Bloom Law with substantial public service experience, including six years as an Investigator with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Driven by a desire to help build a more equitable and just society, Beth has worked in service-oriented roles since high school – volunteering to work with children with disabilities, at shelters for homeless youth and families, and serving in AmeriCorps. Beth’s EEOC experience cemented her desire to advocate for civil rights and drove her to pursue a career in the law.


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