Kimberly Ingram focuses her practice on complex commercial and business litigation and appellate matters in state and federal courts. She strives to provide clients with consistent communication, high-quality advocacy and strategic solutions that fit clients’ real-world needs.
Prior to joining Bradley, Kimberly was an associate at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in Palo Alto, California. While in law school, she served as the senior notes editor for the Vanderbilt Law Review, worked in the Vanderbilt Appellate Litigation Clinic and received awards for excellence in oral and written advocacy. She holds two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Communication Studies and Political Science from Clemson University, where she was a recognized leader in campus and academic life.
Pro bono work is an important part of Kimberly’s practice. She has participated in drafting habeas corpus petitions with the Northern California Innocence Project, defending the grant of a habeas corpus petition in the Sixth Circuit, and advocating for asylum for immigrants from Latin America. During law school, she was a site coordinator for Street Law, an organization dedicated to educating low-income, at-risk populations about their legal rights.