Kimberly Myers

Adjunct Professor
Advanced Trial Advocacy
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Kimberly Myers currently serves as Clerk of Court in the Strafford County Superior CourtMyers is a 1994 graduate of Gettysburg College, where she obtained a BA in Philosophy.  After working various jobs for several years, including working in child support and running a juvenile diversion program, she attended UNH School of Law and graduated in 2001.  She was a law clerk for the Superior Court from 2001 to 2004, and a law clerk at the New Hampshire Supreme Court from 2004 to 2005.  From 2005 to 2012, Myers was a Staff Attorney with the New Hampshire Public Defender.  She then worked briefly in private practice at Howard & Ruoff, before coming to UNH School of Law in 2014 as Interim Director of the Criminal Practice Clinic.  She began her current position as Clerk of Court in 2015.


At UNH Law, Myers teaches Advanced Trial Advocacy (the National Trial Competition team).  Each spring, the team competes in a regional trial competition.  If the team is one of two winners in the region, the team goes on to compete in Texas in the national competition.  Myers herself was a regional semi-finalist in this competition as a 3L, and has assisted in coaching three teams from UNH Law to nationals in Texas.