Kimberly has vast trial experience at the state, and federal levels. Her published opinions at the appellate level include: Cooper v. United States Ski Assoc., 32 P.3d 502 (Colo. App. 2000) and Stamp v. Vail Corp., 172 P.3d 437 (Colo. 2007), which limits recovery for wrongful death actions in ski related cases to $250,000. She has also been published in ski industry periodicals. She is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, a member of the Sporting Goods Manufacturers' Association, a board member and Vice President of the Association of Ski Defense Attorneys, and was listed in the 2007-2008 Edition of Cambridge's "Who's Who".
Kimberly skied competitively throughout her youth, in the Central Division of the United States Ski Association, competing in nationally and internationally FIS sanctioned races. She skied on four state champion teams from 1979-1982. Kimberly also played competitive USTA junior tennis as well as high school team tennis. Her competitiveness continues today in her litigation practice.
She received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Utah in 1987, and attended the University of Denver College of Law and received her law degree in 1992. She was a member of the Law Review and served as a research and technical editor from 1991-1992.
Following graduation and her admissions to the Colorado State and Federal bars, Kimberly clerked for Denver District Court Judge, Connie Peterson before joining White and Steele, P.C., in Denver.
Law Clerk, Denver District Court, 1994-1995.
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