Attorney Kimberly Smith | Zinda Law Group
Kimberly is a rising star at Zinda Law Group as an integral member of the Colorado team. Since joining the firm in June of 2015, she has built a substantial docket and settled half a dozen cases. Before joining Zinda Law Group, Kimberly clerked for Killmer, Lane, and Newman and the Honorable Robert McGahey. Kimberly is a passionate advocate who enjoys leading clients through the legal process as a veracious advocate. In her spare time, she enjoys Lindy Hop, soccer, board games, and spending time with her wonderful husband, Kyle, family, and friends.
Kimberly graduated from the University of Denver School of Law with a Certificate in Constitutional Rights and Remedies. In her third year of law school, Kimberly had the honor and privilege of representing the University of Denver as an advocate on their ABA National Appellate Advocacy Team. Kimberly also worked as an advocate in the University of Denver’s Civil Rights Clinic.
While in law school, Kimberly was an editor on the University of Denver Law Review, as well as an active board member on the National Women Law Students’ Organization and the Public Interest Law Group. In her first year, she won the Outstanding Advocate award for her efforts in the moot court competition.
- University of Denver Sturm College of Law, J.D.
- California State University, M.A. in Comparative Literature
- Concordia University, B.A. in Business Marketing and English Literature
- Automobile Accidents
- Product Injuries
- Dog Bite Injuries
- Catastrophic Personal Injury
- State Bar of Colorado
- American Association for Justice
- American Bar Association
- Colorado Bar Association
- Colorado Women’s Bar Association
- Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
- Denver Bar Association
- Arapahoe County Bar Association
“Kimberly Smith is a wonderful lawyer. She treats her clients with compassion and fights aggressively to get them as much compensation as possible. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend her to anyone who is in need of a personal injury attorney.”