Kimberly Penix is the owner of the Alderman Law Firm, which works in the areas of appeals and attorney services. For appeals, civil and criminal appellate services are offered, both directly to the public and to attorneys via subcontract. For attorney services, work is done on a consulting basis for attorneys and firms with a need for higher end contract work.
Kimberly was in the top of her class when she earned her law degree from the Howard University School of Law in Washington, DC. She went on to serve as a judicial clerk in the Superior Court of the US Virgin Islands. Following her clerkship, she was an associate attorney in a general practice law firm, representing clients in state and federal courts in civil matters such as real estate disputes, personal injury cases, business litigation, civil rights cases, and contract disputes. She continued her professional journey by joining the faculty at the University of Wisconsin Law School, where she taught appellate litigation and civil practice skills.
She has served as the Chair of the Executive Committee for the American Society of International Law’s Cultural Heritage and the Arts Group, the Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association’s Art and Cultural Heritage Law Committee, and the Chair of the CLE Committee for the Wisconsin State Bar Individual Rights and Responsibilities Section.
Kimberly has published extensively on property law and litigation in both academic journals and popular publications. She has appeared across the country to speak on the topic of cultural property law and has been interviewed by BBC, NPR, and The Art Newspaper. She is the author of The Freelance Lawyering Manual (2011), Foreclosure Defense: Litigation Strategies and Appeals (2014), and The Alderman Appeals Blog (ongoing).
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