Southeastern Legal Foundation
Southeastern Legal Foundation
Kimberly Hermann is General Counsel for Southeastern Legal Foundation, an Atlanta-based constitutional public interest law firm and policy center.
Kimberly is committed to promoting individual liberty, the rule of law, and accountability in government. She advances these principles through litigation in federal and state trial and appellate courts in the areas of property rights, free speech, government overreach and abuse of power, and economic liberties.
In addition to representing clients, Kimberly has appeared for the Foundation in nearly 100 amicus briefs on issues ranging from government overreach, separation of powers, economic liberty, property rights, and free speech, among others.
Kimberly has testified before the Georgia legislature on a number of First Amendment issues including election law, political speech, and campus free speech. She has also drafted several pieces of model legislation.
Her work and that of the Foundation has been covered by national media, including Fox News, CNN, Newsmax, Bloomberg News, and the Blaze.
Kimberly earned her B.S. in Analytical Finance and Masters in Accountancy from Wake Forest University, and is a licensed CPA. After working at an international accounting firm, she decided to follow her dream of becoming a constitutional lawyer and go to law school. Kimberly graduated magna cum laude from Georgia State University College of Law, where she was business editor of the law review, treasurer of Federalist Society, and president of the St. Thomas More Society. While in law school, she served as a law clerk at SLF. Following law school, Kimberly worked at a private law firm in Atlanta where she specialized in financial and business litigation before deciding to return to the freedom based law movement.
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