Kim Neville is the Women Lawyers of Utah (WLU) Representative for the Utah Center for Legal Inclusion (UCLI). She is a Partner in the Trial group at Dorsey & Whitney, who has served as counsel in a number of high-exposure cases. She regularly appears in both the federal and state trial courts in Utah, as well as before the state’s administrative agencies. Kim has also appeared pro hac vice in approximately 15 jurisdictions on behalf of clients with national litigation needs. She handles all aspect of litigation, ranging from pre-litigation counseling through appeal.

Kim has a diverse litigation background, having represented clients in cases involving breach of fiduciary duty, theft of trade secrets, breach of non-competition agreements, licensing disputes, benefits determinations, false advertising, product liability matters, and class action allegations. She is regarded for her skills in simplifying technical issues for judges and juries.

Clients appreciate Kim’s strong mid-western work ethic and values. As a South Dakota native raised in a small manufacturing town, Kim worked two jobs as a teenager to put herself through college and to earn a scholarship to the University of Utah College of Law. She gives back to her community today through work on numerous charitable boards, bar committees, and pro bono service. As the mother of two young artists, Kim is particularly passionate about causes supporting women, diversity, and the local arts community.