A Letter From Kimberly McTorry
Kimberly McTorry is a trial lawyer dedicated to defending the rights of others.
Kimberly McTorry was raised in Nashville, Tennessee where her family instilled in her the importance of hard work, gratitude, and treating people with dignity and respect. She became the first in her family to go to college attending Western Kentucky University.
True to her spirit of ingenuity, she attended Belmont University College of Law in Nashville, Tennessee where she was a member of the Inaugural Class. While in law school Attorney McTorry was the president and founder of the Women’s Law Student Organization and the Student Volunteer Bureau. Additionally, Mrs. McTorry served as a Senior Law Review Editor for the Southern Journal of Policy and Justice and a contributing author for the Tennessee Bar Association's Law Launch Project.
She was recognized for her dedication to the community by being invited as fellow of the Tennessee Bar Association’s Diversity Leadership Institute. Her experience in the court room began in law school as a charter member of Belmont Law’s nationally ranked Board of Advocates.
Upon graduating law school Kimberly McTorry was one of ten selected from over 200 applicants to work as Prosecutor at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. While at the DA’s office she handled thousands of felony and misdemeanor cases, and even served in the Special Crimes Unit as an elite member of the Human Trafficking Division and Sex Crimes Division.
She has had the unique experience of seeing the criminal justice system from all perspectives-judicial, prosecution, and defense. Her experience presenting cases to juries has helped her to understand how jury members think.
Kimberly McTorry has the knowledge and resources crucial to protecting your rights and interests.
Outside of the courtroom Attorney McTorry enjoys spending time with her husband and three children.
Dear Future Client,
Years ago I became a prosecutor because I wanted to help fight injustices. But I came to realize that sometimes the people I was prosecuting were the ones suffering the injustice.
I encountered defendants that had a story, but didn’t have a voice or just weren’t being heard. I want to be that voice for you.
There are two sides to every story, but you don’t stand a chance if only one side is heard. Let me tell your side of the story. My experience as a trial attorney has taught me how to tell the story of others in an effective and meaningful way.
I am passionate about solving your problems. Sometimes that means negotiating the best deal and sometimes that means taking your case to trial. I will speak up for you in the courtroom and will fight as hard as humanly possible to get you the best results.
You won’t get lost in a stack of other cases, because I understand that you are not just another case. Your life and your future matter.