As an attorney, Kason Kimberley commits himself every day to serving his clients with integrity, persistence, and genuine care. He advocates for people who have been injured or wronged through no fault of their own, who often face long odds against corporate opponents with virtually bottomless resources. His experiences and skills in the courtroom have made him a valuable part of his clients’ lives.
Raised in Whitehouse, TX, Kason graduated from the University of Chicago in 2007 with honors. He then served as the founding Executive Director of the Dallas Urban Debate Alliance, a non-profit committed to building a rigorous debate program for urban public schools in Dallas. He won a Distinguished Service Award from the DUDA in 2010 for his leadership.
Afterward, Kason enrolled in law school at the SMU Dedman School of Law in Dallas. He interned for the Honorable Terry R. Means of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, and he served on numerous moot court teams by invitation only, including the Jessup International Moot Court Competition. His training paid off: in his third year of law school, he tried his first case in the SMU Justice Clinic and won. He graduated law school in 2014 a Rosemary and Tom Medders Scholar.
Kason’s legal career began with prosecuting medical malpractice and unsafe drug and medical devices for a prominent firm in Dallas. He handled cases in seven states, finding that the true reward of his job was seeing the outcomes of his cases result in safer policies and practices.
Kason served as a Captain in the U.S. Army and continues to serve as a reservist. He’s a decorated officer, having been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation with oak leaf cluster, Global War on Terror Expeditionary Medal, Reserve Component Achievement Medal, and the Colonel Decius Wadsworth Award of Scholarship. He won that final award upon graduating first in his class from the U.S. Army Basic Officer Leaders Course.
University of Chicago
SMU Dedman School of Law
- State Bar of Texas
When not doing his duties as an attorney or as a Captain, Kason spends time with his wife, a high school teacher, and his three daughters.