University of New Hampshire

School of Law

Kimberly Myers, JD '01

Interim Director of the Criminal Practice Clinic
Visiting Professor

Kimberly Myers graduated from UNH Law in 2001, and then served as a law clerk for the New Hampshire Superior Court for three years. 

She also served as a law clerk to UNH Law Dean John Broderick, while he was Chief Justice at the New Hampshire Supreme Court. After that, she worked as a staff attorney with the New Hampshire Public Defender for close to seven years before joining Howard & Ruoff, PLLC.

Myers worked at Howard & Ruoff for just under two years, focusing her practice on criminal defense in state and federal court. Additionally, she broadened her experience while at Howard & Ruoff to include appellate practice in both the New Hampshire Supreme Court and the First Circuit Court.

She has been an adjunct professor for the past five years teaching UNH Law’s Advanced Trial Advocacy class (National Trial Competition) with Judge Jacalyn A. Colburn, and is doing so again this year.

Myers is a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy and earned her B.A. in Philosophy from Gettysburg College. She is a native of New Hampshire and resides in Exeter with her family.

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