Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Ms. Cordova graduated from Westminster College in 1995 and the University of Utah law school in 2001. Prior to pursuing her law degree, she worked for Juvenile Justice Services and Juvenile Probation, giving her special insight into juvenile offenses and the often confusing juvenile court process. She has also tried many cases before juries, from misdemeanors to felonies, and has experience handling DUI, domestic violence, drug possession, assaults, thefts, white collar crimes, child abuse, and homicide charges. Ms. Cordova is familiar with and known to Utah court personnel, law enforcement, prosecutors, social workers, and medical professionals, and has trained law enforcement and medical professionals regarding the criminal justice system, jury trials, and changes in criminal statutes. She continues to lecture to such groups in her capacity as a defense attorney.
Ms. Cordova is a member of the committee of ethics and discipline for the Utah State Bar, participating in lawyer disciplinary hearings, is a member of the Aldon J. Anderson Inn of Court, is a member of the Mary Willis Critchlow Society of the YWCA, and is Secretary of the School Board of her sons' schoolRead less
Client Review | February 04, 2013
I cannot say enough about Kim Cordova and her partner Ed Brass. They have represented us, and have done an outstanding job. The are very seasoned, they know the law, and always kept us in loop. Any questions we had they answered, and my wife and I wo... Read more
I cannot say enough about Kim Cordova and her partner Ed Brass. They have represented us, and have done an outstanding job. The are very seasoned, they know the law, and always kept us in loop. Any questions we had they answered, and my wife and I would recommend them without question. Read less
Admitted in U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
U.S. District Court, District Court of Utah
Class of 2001
Class of 1995
summa cum laude
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