Kimberly joined Bolt Burdon Kemp in June 2022 as a paralegal in the Child Brain Injury team. Kimberly assists Tamsin Day in cases involving children who have suffered brain injuries as a result of accidents or medical negligence. Kimberly finds great satisfaction in playing a role in obtaining compensation for clients and providing the children they represent with the best quality of life possible.
Before starting at Bolt Burdon Kemp, Kimberly obtained an LLB from the University of Leicester, where she graduated with a First in July 2020. During her time at university, she developed a strong interest in medical negligence and went on to complete an MA in Medical Law at King’s College London in September 2021. During her Master’s, Kimberly volunteered at the Protea Clinic, where she provided legal advice to vulnerable women on immigration issues. Here, she worked with clients from complex backgrounds, who experienced mental health difficulties, gender-based abuse, and involvement with the criminal justice system. Her volunteer work fuelled her passion for providing support to vulnerable individuals in very challenging circumstances.
Kimberly’s prior experience as a paralegal has helped her to provide excellent support to her team at Bolt Burdon Kemp. She enjoys working as part of a like-minded team that is dedicated to ensuring clients and their parents get the help they need.
In September 2022, Kimberly started her Legal Practice Course part-time at the University of Law. She is excited to pursue a career as a Solicitor to be able to further support and empower clients.