Kimberly is the legislative director for Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum and the Oregon Department of Justice. Kimberly began her legal career in private practice at Davis Wright Tremaine. She then served as the Policy Director at the ACLU of Oregon, where she worked to advance the ACLU’s civil rights and liberties policies before the state legislature and various Oregon municipalities, participated in ballot measure campaigns, and made extensive media appearances. Prior to joining the Oregon Department of Justice, she served as the legislative director of the Oregon Office of Public Defense Services. Kimberly earned a BA, with honors, in English and Creative Writing, from the University of Washington, and a JD, cum laude, with a Civil Rights Emphasis, from Lewis & Clark Law School.
I am so grateful I chose to attend Lewis & Clark Law School. My incredible professors and classmates inspired me to become a public servant. And as a policy advocate, the skills, knowledge, and perspective I acquired have been invaluable.