Laura joined Biller & Kimble in 2022 after having worked for defense-side firms and as in-house counsel. Laura is driven by the two spirits of competition and service.
In her professional life, Laura is an experienced litigator and has defended companies in matters as diverse as employment law, medical malpractice, and commercial law. Since joining our firm, Laura has turned her talents toward aggressively representing workers.
Although the high-intensity nature of litigation is usually enough to satisfy even the most competitive people, Laura looks for challenges outside of the courtroom too. She plays tennis, competes in triathlons, and she even completed a half-ironman. For those that do not know, a half-ironman consists of 1.2 miles swimming, 56 miles biking, and 13.1 mile running—70.3 miles total. With this level of mental and physical fortitude and discipline it should be no surprise Laura is a top-tier litigator.
Laura’s drive is inspired in part by the tenacity and spirit of one of her heroes, the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Laura admires how Justice Ginsburg so bravely and skillfully used the law to advance and protect the interests of groups who are often ignored by the powerful.
For some, outworking and outthinking the competition might be enough, but it is not for Laura. She lives a life of service and volunteers her time for those in need. She serves on the Junior Board of the Brighton Center, on the Board of Directors of the Northern Kentucky Bar Association, and as the co-chair of the CLE committee.
To relax, Laura enjoys traveling, horticulture, and cooking.