Merson Law Associate: Kimberly Kramer
Attorney Kimberly Kramer of Merson Law has always been passionate about helping others. In addition to her tireless work as a legal advocate for victims of sexual assault and medical malpractice, Ms. Kramer has experience working on New York City Council campaigns, where she engaged in community outreach and collaborated with her fellow New Yorkers on how to improve their daily lives.
Sexual assault, medical malpractice, and personal injury.
Attorney Kimberly Kramer’s Experience:
Kimberly Kramer began her legal career at Merson Law as a legal intern in 2019. Since then, she has served the firm under multiple roles, including as a law clerk, under attorney supervision conducting legal research and drafting complaints and motions for cases involving sexual assault, medical malpractice, and personal injury.
As an Associate at Merson Law, PLLC, Kimberly Kramer is proud to help those who have suffered sexual abuse to achieve justice and recompense.
Kimberly Kramer earned her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School in 2021. She received her BA in Political Science and Public Policy from Hunter College and the Roosevelt House, presenting her Capstone Project on reducing recidivism in New York.
Kimberly Kramer was a member of the Brooklyn Law School Moot Court Honors Society, where she competed in a Civil Rights competition and coached other student advocates. To date, she still participates in the society by preparing and presenting cases against new student advocates at Brooklyn Law School.
While at Hunter College, Kimberly Kramer participated in Generation Citizen where she collaborated with high school students in the Bronx to petition their community and lobby legislators to support legislation formulated to prevent sexual violence affecting minors in New York state. It was her work with these students that inspired her to pursue a career in law.
Attorney Kimberly Kramer is admitted to practice law in New Jersey.
Kimberly Kramer's Education:
- J.D. from Brooklyn Law School in 2021
- BA in Political Science and Public Policy from Hunter College and the Roosevelt House
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