Kathy Kimmel has been presented with the Mitchell Hamline Law Review’s Wallace-Lerner Award for Excellence in Leadership. Kimmel was highlighted for her work with the Tubman Safety Project, which provides pro bono legal representation to low-income victims of domestic violence seeking protection orders. She was previously named an “Attorney of the Year” by the Project for her service.
Kimmel is a partner in the litigation department at Fox Rothschild in Minneapolis. She graduated from William Mitchell College of Law (magna cum laude) in 1996 and served as an editor for the Law Review.
This annual distinction is presented to distinguished alumni whose service to the legal profession reflects community, communication and collaboration.