“I believe that my most important role as a lawyer is to not only
advocate for my clients, but also to be an advisor and a counselor. It
is an honor to help injured clients and their families, and my goal is
to not only meet, but to exceed my client’s expectations.”
Kimberly is a South Florida native, born and raised in Fort Lauderdale.
She graduated with honors from Tulane University's Freeman School
of Business where she received her Bachelor of Science in Management.
Kimberly earned a double major in Legal Studies in Business and Marketing
with a minor in Jewish Studies. While at Tulane, Kimberly studied abroad
at the Copenhagen Business School where she took additional legal studies
courses including International Law.
After graduating cum laude from Tulane University, Kimberly attended Nova
Southeastern Law School. During her first year at law school Kimberly
competed against 100 of her peers and won the 1L Feinrider Moot Court Competition. She also served on the Moot Court Honor Society's Executive Board
as the Executive Justice for Teams and was invited to be a member of the
Nova Law Review. During her third year in law school Kimberly served as
Associate Managing technical editor with the Nova Law Review.
Attorney Kimberly L. Wald is a member of the following professional associations:
- Young Lawyer’s Section of the Broward County Bar Association, Board
- Broward County Trial Lawyers Association
- Florida Justice Association
- B’nai B’rith Justice Unit
Kimberly began her legal career as a law clerk with Kelley/Uustal, working
in the mass tort and medical malpractice areas. During her last year of
law school Kimberly served as a Certified Legal Intern with the Office
of the State Attorney for the 17th Judicial Circuit where she tried numerous
Upon graduating summa cum laude from Nova Southeastern University Law School,
Kimberly returned to Kelley/Uustal to help victims of negligence and their families.
In 2016, Kimberly was recognized by the Daily Business Review as one of
the “Most Effective Lawyers.” She also has served as a guest
lecturer at Nova Southeastern Law Center’s Shepard Broad Law Center
and serves on the faulty of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.
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