Kimberly Lott grew up on a horse farm in Indiana, but has lived in North Carolina since middle school. She completed her junior and senior years of high school in Durham at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, where she currently volunteers. She attended Duke University where she obtained her Bachelors of Science degree in Molecular Biology. Ms. Lott worked in the science, medical, and non-profit fields for several years before deciding to make a career change and become an attorney. Kimberly managed her own law firm for several years and has extensive experience in the courtroom. She likes to be involved in the community with groups like the Innocence Project and the educational philanthropy, PEO. In her spare time she enjoys being outdoors, traveling, reading, cheering on her Blue Devils, and spending time with her family, friends, dog.
Kimberly focuses on criminal and family law, as well as civil litigation matters.
- Campbell University
- Duke University
- North Carolina State Bar
- Wake County Bar
- North Carolina Bar Association
- Wake County Bar Association
- Co-author Blood Evidence: Presumptive and Confirmatory Tests in “Forensic Science Reform, Protecting the Innocent”, Editors Wendy Koen and C. Michael Bowers. Elsevier
- Reinvent Law London, June 2014 “Ethics Under the Microscope: The Need for Ethical Standards in Crime Labs”
- Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association – 13th Annual Forensics Seminar, October 2015 “The State of Things: Six Years After the NAS Report”
- Law to the People, October 2015/June 2018 “Forensics in Felony Cases”
- NCAST – Experts & Expert Opinions: Rule 702 and Daubert, November 2015 “Ethical Considerations”
- Teach CLE on alienation of affection suits
- Orange/Chatham County Bar – April 2018 – Ethics in Forensic Science
- Various forensic CLEs for attorneys