Kimberly Alley joined Perkins & Anctil, P.C. in 2014, bringing her 20 years of litigation experience to our team. Over the course of her career, Kim has handled more than 100 trials before state and federal courts, including over 25 jury trials. She directs the firm’s litigation and concentrates her trial practice on construction disputes, employment law, personal injury claims, and general litigation matters.
Kim is skilled in handling both the prosecution and defense of contract claims, mechanic's liens, wage disputes, discrimination, sexual harassment, employment practices, legal malpractice, business litigation, automobile negligence, medical malpractice, product defects, premises liability, and criminal matters. She is admitted to practice in both Massachusetts and Maryland.
Kim is an active member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Maryland State Bar Association, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys (MATA), and Women’s Bar Association (WBA). She is Co-Chair of MATA’s Women’s Caucus, a MATA Amicus Committee member, a WBA mentor, and has lectured before the trial bar on advocacy issues.
Kim is also active in her community. She serves as an Oak Meadow School Board Trustee and is the Chair of its Audit and Risk Management Committee. Kim has been a long time mock trial coach. She is a recipient of the 2014 Thomas Jefferson Award for her mock trial work with the Discovering Justice Program. In 2016, Kim co-founded the Women’s Professional Network in Westford. She is also a member of the Westford Business Association.
Prior to joining Perkins & Anctil, P.C., Kim was with a Boston insurance defense firm and a premier "AV" rated plaintiffs' law firm in Baltimore, Maryland. Her many professional accomplishments include negotiating substantial severance packages in highly contested executive commission and wrongful termination disputes, recovery of a substantial settlement against a major automobile manufacturer for its defective air bag damages, effectively handling a death penalty case, and multiple high profile police use of force defense verdicts in favor of her police officer clients. Kim also has the distinct honor of leading an appeal which set precedent for establishing the legal standard for an officer’s use of force.
Kim graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she was a staff editor of the Law Forum. She was also an appellate intern in the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland.
- University of Baltimore School of Law J.D. 1994
- University of Wisconsin-Madison B.A. 1989
- Admitted to MD Bar – 1994
- Admitted to MA Bar – 2007
- Admitted to US District Court for MD – 1995
- Admitted to US District Court for MA– 2009