Kimberly K. Henrickson



Kimberly Henrickson works on matters involving government enforcement defense and investigations, international arbitrations, and complex commercial disputes. Kimberly has represented clients in the healthcare, manufacturing, and technology sectors.

During law school, Kimberly interned at the Securities & Exchange Commission, in the Enforcement Division, and at the Department of Justice, Criminal Division, in the Organized Crime and Gang Section. Kimberly was also a student attorney in a litigation clinic where she led several hearings in the Court of Federal Claims. She served as the Executive Editor of the Federal Circuit Bar Journal and authored two articles that were published in nationally recognized legal journals. She is also a former Foley summer associate.

Prior to law school, Kimberly was an analyst at a jury consulting firm where she conducted comprehensive pre-trial jury and venue research across the United States.

Kimberly maintains a fulsome pro bono practice which includes family law and wrongful conviction matters. She has also provided legal assistance and consulting for nonprofit organizations in Washington, D.C. Kimberly is a Member of the Associate Board of the Washington English Center (WEC), a nonprofit organization that provides affordable English-language instruction and workforce programs to adult immigrants and refugees in the United States and globally. She also volunteers as an English language conversation tutor at WEC.

Community Involvement

  • Volunteer/Associate Board Member, Washington English Center.
  • Volunteer, Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project.
  • Volunteer, Washington University in St. Louis Alumni Chapter.


  • Author, “COVID-19 & The Courts: The Pandemic’s Impact on the Practice of Litigation and Considerations for Future Remote Proceedings” in 40 REV. LITIG. 305 (2021).
  • Author, “Immunizing the Immunizers: How COVID-19 Vaccine Injury Claims and the CICP Will Increase Anti-Vaccine Sentiment in the United States and How HRSA Can Prevent It” in 77 FOOD & DRUG L.J. 93 (2022).
  • Author, “Time is ‘TikTok’-ing – ‘Being Real’ about Preemptively Addressing Employees’ Confidentiality and Privacy Breaches on Social Media,” Labor & Employment Law Perspectives Blog (2023). (Co-authored with Christina Wabiszewski).
  • Author, “Early Dispositive Applications May Reduce Arbitration Time and Costs” (2023). (Co-authored with David Hickerson and Roland Potts).


  • The George Washington University Law School (J.D., 2022)
    • Concentration in Business & Finance Law
    • Federal Circuit Bar Journal, Executive Editor
    • Pro Bono Honors Graduate
  • Washington University in St. Louis (BA with honors, 2017)
    • Double Major in Anthropology: Global Health & the Environment & English Literature
    • Minor in Psychology


  • District of Columbia