Adjunct Associate Professor
Department of Justice, Law & Criminology
J.D., William and Mary’s Marshall Wythe School of Law M.A. in Economics, University of Virginia B.A. in Economics, University of Virginia
Professor Kimble’s interests include comparative legal practice, judicial decision making, legal reasoning, and principles of local government law. He has been a practicing lawyer for 39 years with private law firms and local governments. He is a member of the Supreme Court of the United States and Supreme Court of Virginia bars, and various professional organizations.
Professor Kimble teaches The Legal Profession and Introduction to Law for JLS. He has served on the Adjunct Faculty for 26 years and received the University Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching in an Adjunct Appointment.