Kimberley’s strong academic background includes a degree in law from the University of Liverpool and a master’s in law from the University of Law.
She joined MK Law in November 2020 from a previous firm as a paralegal before completing her training contract to qualify as a solicitor and becoming police station accredited. She is currently working towards qualifying for the Law Society Duty Solicitor Scheme.
Kimberley has chosen to pursue a career in criminal law as she is passionate about helping people and ensuring that every client is treated justly. She always ensures that her clients receive the support they need and the best possible outcome, including exploring options for out of court disposals. Kimberley particularly deals with young people.
Kimberley has dealt with a wide variety of cases in both the Magistrates Court and Crown Court including murder, sexual offences and drug offences.
R v RH – Client accused of possession of a knife in a public place, representations successfully made to discontinue the case against the client.
R v JY – Client accused of assaulting an emergency worker (x2), acquitted after trial.
R v CH – Client accused of possession of an offensive weapon (x2), representations successfully made to discontinue the case against the client.
R – LC – Client accused of driving without due care and attention, failing to stop at the scene of an accident and failing to report an accident, representations successfully made to discontinue the case against the client.
R v TH – Youth client accused of theft, successful application for out of court disposal.