22 Sep BAM Family Law Welcomes Kimi deMent Dean
BAM Family Law is pleased to announce that Kimi deMent Dean has joined the firm as an associate attorney.
Prior to joining BAM, Kimi clerked for Judge Lisa Arnolds in the Denver District Court Domestic Division. There she drafted divorce decrees, allocations of parental responsibilities, protective orders, permanent orders, and rulings on various Motions and hearings at every stage of divorce proceedings.
Kimi began her career in Tennessee, where she practiced as a civil litigation associate in multiple counties, primarily in rural Tennessee, gaining jury and bench trial experience. She then worked for a legal non-profit where she specialized in high-conflict divorce and protective order cases, specifically serving vulnerable and underserved populations.
She then joined the Tennessee Supreme Court as the Pro Bono Coordinator for the Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission. In this role she worked broadly across the state and nationally, managing and directing access, innovation, and pro bono initiatives.
Kimi has significant prior experience in the family law space assisting clients who are facing difficult situations, particularly those dealing with financial instability and domestic violence.
Kimi is a 2013 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law. When not practicing law she enjoys trail running, backpacking, skiing, volunteering, and spending time with her family and baby daughter.