Kimberlyn Gilchrist recognizes that individuals need a compassionate advocate who is dedicated to serving them and working hard for their case. From a young age, she knew wanted to dedicate her career to helping people through tough times. Kimberlyn was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas, and now she is committed to serving the Wichita community.
Growing up, Kimberlyn spent her free time involved in musical theatre, learning how to play the guitar and piano, and singing at church. She still enjoys playing and writing music. She is very active in her local church. Kimberlyn and her husband, Daniel, love to spend time with family - including all of their nieces and nephews.
Kimberlyn received her undergraduate degree in Communications from Newman University in 2013. While attending Newman University and throughout law school, Kimberlyn worked at a family law firm, progressing from runner to legal assistant and then to law clerk. These experiences helped Kimberlyn realize that she had a passion for building relationships with individuals who were deeply struggling and assisting them through life’s tough circumstances.
Kimberlyn went on to receive her legal education at the University of Kansas School of Law (J.D. 2016). While at the University of Kansas School of Law, Kimberlyn learned how to effectively advocate for clients. She was chosen to be on the KU Mock Trial Team and received an Advocacy Certificate preparing her for the courtroom. She also received the top grade in four classes in law school.
Kimberlyn has always had a heart for the less fortunate. While in law school, she worked with Douglas County Legal Aid, an organization that provides legal services to those in difficult financial circumstances. For her efforts, she was recognized with the Mary Anne Chambers service award showing dedication to those most in need of legal assistance.
Kimberlyn is licensed to practice law in Kansas and the United States District Court of the District of Kansas. She is a member of the Wichita Bar Association, Kansas Bar Association, Wichita Young Lawyers Association, and the American Bar Association.