Mark J. Kimzey
Mark Kimzey’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation in both state and federal court. Mark represents skilled nursing and assisted living facilities and defends both for profit and not for profit corporations who are sued in a variety of tort and commercial matters. He also works with local governments on legal matters that arise in public administration.
Mr. Kimzey graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 2015 with his law degree. During that same time, Mark earned his Master of Public Administration from IIT’s Stuart School of Business. He earned Chicago-Kent’s Certificate in Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution and gained valuable insight on legal issues involved in local government management, emergency services administration, and public policy analysis. While in law school, Mark was awarded the Dean’s Full-Tuition Merit Scholarship, as well as the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Remedies and Computer & Network Privacy.
Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Kimzey interned at Chicago-Kent’s legal clinics and worked as a law clerk at a litigation firm in Chicago, where he gained experience in wide range of civil matters. He also worked mediating civil disputes with the Center for Conflict Resolution.