Kimberly practices in the areas of municipal, open government, water, and environmental law, among others. She graduated summa cum laude from Texas Tech University School of Law, where she served on the editorial board of the Law Review, was a member of the Board of Barristers, and was selected for the Order of the Coif. Prior to attending law school, Kimberly earned her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University.
In addition to her work for Bickerstaff, Kimberly has interned for Judge Reed O’Connor of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas; served as a State Bar of Texas Environmental and Natural Resources Section Intern at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department; and interned for Chairman Ralph M. Hall of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology.
Public Engagement in Water Decisions: Requirements and Opportunities for Public Participation and Access to Information, 10th Annual Texas Water Law Conference, September 2019
Trends in Open Government, UT Law CLE – 14th Annual Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar, August 2019
Case Law Update, Texas Water Conservation Association Annual Convention, March 2019
Common Issues Arising Under the Public Information Act and Open Meetings Act, Texas Water Conservation Association / Texas Rural Water Association Water Law Seminar, January 2019
Administrative Appeals of Decisions by City Officials, International Municipal Lawyers Association Conference, October 2018
FAQ on the Public Information Act and Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Association of Groundwater Districts Groundwater Summit, September 2018
Converting Irrigation Rights to Industrial Rights, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Stormwater Conference, May 2018
Administrative Appeals of Decisions by Code Officials, Summit for Texas Code Enforcement Attorneys and Officials, May 2018
Paxton v. City of Dallas: Summary of Oral Arguments, September 2016
“Updates on Key Water Cases,” TWCA Confluence, October 2016