Covenant College alumna Kathryn Kimball ’09 has been selected to clerk for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Kimball’s clerkship will run during the 2018 Supreme Court term. Around thirty-six law clerks are annually chosen to serve with the Supreme Court.
“I’m deeply honored to have the opportunity to clerk for Justice Thomas, a man I respect as both a jurist and person,” said Kimball. “I credit the rigorous academics at Covenant College for preparing me for law school and my current job as a criminal prosecutor, and I’m incredibly thankful for the many professors and friends who encouraged me along the way.”
After graduating with highest honors from Covenant in 2009 with a BA in economics, Kimball went on to receive her JD from the Fredric G. Levin College of Law in 2012, where she graduated first in her class. Kimball currently serves as a prosecutor at the Department of Justice in Washington, DC.
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