University of Virginia School of Law, JD, 2021
University of Virginia Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, MPP, 2021
Boston College , BA, 2013
- District of Columbia
Kimberly Curtis focuses her practice on a wide range of affordable housing and community development matters.
While a student at the University of Virginia Law School, Kim worked as a Summer Associate at Klein Hornig in 2020. Prior to joining Klein Hornig, Kim interned for Central Virginia Legal Aid Society and the National Low Income Housing Coalition. Kim’s passion for affordable housing was sparked during her year with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps where she served as a housing advocate for people experiencing homelessness.
- Represents a nonprofit developer of senior affordable housing in debt and equity financings of acquisition and rehabilitation of apartment complexes nationwide.
- American Bar Association, Member
- ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law, Member