We are proud to announce that attorney Kimberly Bourroughs Debrow will join WEATHINGTON. Her official start date will be September 6.
Kimberly is a 2007 UGA School of Law and a 2004 Howard University graduate. She has spent several years in public service, notably holding key positions in the Fulton County and DeKalb County District Attorney offices, and most recently as Senior Assistant District Attorney of the Crimes Against Elder Persons and Adults with Disabilities Unit in DeKalb. Prior to her return to prosecution, Kimberly worked with former Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears as her “chief of staff” and associate at an AM Law Top 200 firm.
Kimberly is very involved in the legal community, serving as the immediate past president of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys. She presently serves as an adjunct professor of Trial Practice at the University of Georgia School of Law.
“We are delighted to welcome Kim into our firm,” states Paul Weathington. “She brings a wealth of courtroom experience and has handled complex civil and appellate cases during her time with Justice Sears. She immediately gives us a highly experienced trial lawyer which adds to our excellent team here. We are ecstatic to get her started.”
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