- Stanford Law SchoolFellow, 2014 - presentFellow with Stanford Law School Center on the Legal Profession
- Center for Law Practice TechnologyCo-Director, 2013 - present
- Burton Law LLCAttorney, 2012 - 2013
- Kimbro Legal ServicesAttorney, 2006 - 2012
- Total AttorneysTechnology Consultant, 2009 - 2012
- Shanklin & Nichols, LLPAssociate
Stephanie Kimbro, MA, JD, is a Fellow at Stanford Law School with the Center on the Legal Profession and Co-Director of the Center for Law Practice Technology. She is the recipient of the 2009 ABA Keane Award for Excellence in eLawyering and the author of Virtual Law Practice: How to Deliver Legal Services Online(2010), Limited Scope Legal Services: Unbundling and the Self-Help Client (2012),Consumer Law Revolution: The Lawyers’ Guide to the Online Legal Marketplace (2013), and Online Legal Services for the Client-Centric Law Firm (2013).
In addition to practicing law for ten years, delivering unbundled, online legal services to clients, Stephanie founded a legal technology startup which was acquired in 2009. She writes about the ethics and technology issues of delivering legal services online and is interested in the use of technology to increase access to justice. She has provided presentations and guest lectured for many state bars, law schools and other organizations interested in legal technology and other law practice management topics. Her current interests include the use of gamification and games to increase engagement with the public around legal issues.
Stephanie is a member of the ABA Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services. She as taught as an adjunct professor at several law schools and is currently developing two mobile games for legal services, including one related to eviction law for Illinois Legal Aid Online.
- Centre CollegeBA, 1994 - 1998
- Miami UniversityMA, 1998 - 2001
- University of Dayton School of LawJD, 2001 - 2003
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