Kimberly Damessous, Esq.
Kimberly Carpel Damessous is formerly a Miami Native by way of the Haitian peninsula. Kimberly's early education and training surrounded the arts; attending a gifted arts program, and having her artwork published in an art textbook, before being admitted to Design and Architecture Senior High (“DASH”), which is located in Miami's infamous Design District. At DASH, she became versed in various art forms.
After graduating high school, Kimberly completed her undergraduate studies in public relations and journalism at the University of Florida. While there, several of her journalistic pieces were published in Gainesville’s flagship newspaper, ‘The Gainesville Sun’. Kimberly then set her eyes on a career in law.
During her time at the University of Miami School of Law, Kimberly was named a Hope Fellow for public interest law. She also worked as a Certified Legal Intern at the law school's Children and Youth Law Clinic, where she represented foster children and adoptive families. She was also featured in a law school publication for her work with Americans for Immigrant Justice, advocating for release of asylum immigrants.
After completing her law degree, Kimberly began practicing immigration and personal injury law at the law firm that she and her attorney husband founded. A mother of three beautiful children, Kimberly practices law while still actively practicing various art forms. She enjoys bringing a creative perspective to finding solutions to legal issues.
Attorney Damessous is also fluent in Haitian Creole and French.
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University of Florida
University of Miami School of Law
State of Florida