Kimberly Tolman has a degree in philosophy from Brigham Young University. During law school she has worked as a clerk for the Salt Lake City Immigration Court, with Catholic Community Services in Salt Lake City doing immigration work for refugees, as a research assistant for Shakti Vahini in Delhi, India on issues related to human trafficking, and with Dibbs Barker Lawyers in Sydney, Australia. She has also done law study abroad programs in India and Tanzania. Kimberly served as a member of the Transportation/Concierge Team for the International Law and Religion Symposium 2010 and returned as Chair of Concierge/Hosting for 2011. During the summer of 2011 Kimberly, as an extern for the International Center for Law and Religion, was part of the student team working on the Center’s amicus brief for the landmark religious freedom case Hosanna-Tabor Lutheran Church and School v. EEOC. After law school she has grand plans to save the world.