Kimberly B. Mason has been a barred attorney in Massachusetts since 2013 and was admitted to New Hampshire in 2019.  Her areas of focus are commercial litigation, employment law, and family law.  As a practitioner with a multi-faceted practice, Kimberly’s focus is on communication, attention to detail, and a passion for her work.

Kimberly believes that the foundation of the client/attorney relationship is trust, and she strives to assist her clients in maintaining that trust so they can get back to their familiar rituals and establish new ones going forward.  Her goal to assist her clients in such a manner so that they can move smoothly on to their next big adventure in life.

Kimberly also has experience in trust and estates, civil rights, and intellectual property. She is a continuing panelist with the Massachusetts Legal Answers Online (MLAO) forum, providing legal advice to individuals with limited means on topics including family law, eviction process, and access to local free legal services in Massachusetts.  She has volunteered with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Massachusetts as a legal observer during protests. Kimberly is an active member of the Massachusetts Women’s Bar Association (MA WBA), was a 2019 Gala Committee Co-Chair, member of the New Lawyers Committee, and member of the Communications Committee. She is also a member of the Boston Bar Association (BBA).  She recently joined the New Attorneys Section, Family Law Section, and the Employment Law Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association (NHBA) and looks forward to becoming more active in the New Hampshire legal community in various ways.

Kimberly is originally from California.  She earned her B.A. in political science and B.A. in international relations from the University of California, Davis, her M.A. in political science from Villanova University, and her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts. While at Suffolk University Law School, Kimberly was a Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Law Fellow and a member of the Journal of High Technology Law.

She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

Publications:

“Reproductive Rights Retrospective: An Interview with Jamie Sabino,” Women’s Bar Review – Special 40th Anniversary Edition, MA Women’s Bar Association pp. 8-12 (Fall 2018)