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Kimberly Fitzpatrick, Former Partner

Kimberly Fitzpatrick is a former partner of Harris Cook Law and managed the firm’s Arlington location. Since being elected to Judge in the 342nd District Court, Kimberly focus’ all of her attention to public service.

Like her Harris Cook colleagues, Kimberly Fitzpatrick is a skilled litigator with experience in a range of disciplines, including, Business Law, Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, Probate and Estate Law, Real Estate and Insurance Litigation. She’s also a certified mediator.

“What I enjoy most about my work is the opportunity to aggressively champion the best interests of my clients, many of whom have suffered a considerable loss or disadvantage,” said Fitzpatrick. “It’s very rewarding to see them emerge from the conclusion of a case considerably better off than when we started.”

Kimberly began her law career with a seven-year stint as a litigation paralegal. Prior to graduating from Texas Wesleyan School of Law, she joined the Harris Cook team where she now heads up the firm’s Arlington office.

Kimberly is actively involved in her professional community and the Tarrant County community, donating hundreds of hours of her time as a member, director or volunteer for the Junior League of Arlington, Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Arlington, Mansfield Cares, Tarrant County Bar Associations and the Arlington Bar Association. She currently serves as the Mayor of Dalworthington Gardens and is the current president of the Arlington Bar Association.

Areas Of Practice

Commercial and Civil Litigation
Personal Injury
Business Law
Intellectual Property
Administrative Law
Real Estate

Bar Admissions

Texas, 2009
U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas, 2010
U.S. Supreme Court, 2013


Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Fort Worth, Texas
Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Texas
Major: International Business
Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Texas
Major: Psychology

Representative Cases

In Re Bobby Deon Davis and York Landscaping, LLC, 14-0666 (Supreme Court of Texas 2015)

University of Texas at Arlington Petitioner v. Sandra Williams Respondents, 13-0338 (Supreme Court of Texas 2015)

Honors And Awards

Top Attorney, FW Magazine, 2013 – 2017
Selected as a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, 2017
40 under 40, Fort Worth Business, 2016
Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2013 – 2017
Salvation Army, Rookie of the Year, 2016
Finalist, Arlington Womens’ Alliance Rising Star Award, 2015 – Present
Eldon B. Mahon Inn of Court, American Inn of Court

Professional Associations And Memberships

Arlington Bar Association, President, 2017
Arlington Bar Association, Secretary/Treasurer, 2013 – 2016
State Bar of Texas Unauthorized Practice of Law, Committee Member, 2014 – Present
Texas Supreme Court, Committee Member, 2016 – Present
Arlington Young Lawyers Association, President, VP, Director, 2009-2014
Tarrant County Bar Association, Current Member
Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Member, 2012 – Present
Central YMCA, Board of Directors
Arlington Chamber of Commerce, Ex-Officio
Texas A&M University School of Law Alumni Association, Board of Directors




Her ability to empathize with our particular situation was impressive, to say the least, and her resolve to see our case through to completion was both refreshing and truly sincere.