Kimberly was drawn to Hausfeld because of its elite position as a litigation firm tackling complex legal issues around the world, and its longstanding commitment to the public good. Kimberly’s practice focuses on antitrust litigation, deceptive business practices, consumer protection, civil and human rights, and environmental threats.
Following law school, Kimberly clerked for Chief Justice F. Michael Kruse of the High Court of American Samoa and Chief Judge Julie Manning of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut. Through her respective clerkships, Kimberly gained experience in trial and appellate civil and criminal cases and bankruptcy cases, working on a wide variety of legal issues.
Kimberly’s clients include a class of Blue Cross Blue Shield subscriber plaintiffs, financial institutions and consumers impacted by data breaches, and a class of merchant plaintiffs. In addition, Kimberly is part of a team representing children from over 10 different countries bringing a claim that climate change is violating their human rights.
King’s College London, Dickson Poon School of Law, Master of Laws in Transnational Law (LL.M.), graduated with Merit, 2017
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2015
University of Pittsburgh, B.A., summa cum laude, 2011
Not admitted to the D.C. Bar. Supervised by Principals of the Firm
Center for Transnational Legal Studies Coach, 23rd Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (2015-2016)
Articles Editor, Georgetown Journal of International Law (2014-2015)
Student Attorney, DC Law Students in Court clinic, representing low-income tenants in Landlord & Tenant court seeking to enforce housing code compliance and fighting unjust evictions
Former Member, Georgetown Law Human Rights Institute
Co-Author, Georgetown Law Human Rights Institute, Left Behind: How Statelessness in the Dominican Republic Limits Children’s Access to Education (2014)
WHAT OTHERS SAY
- The First Global Forum on Statelessness honored Kimberly with the Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Student Research (2014)