Kason Kimberley serves the injured through highly skilled and aggressive trial advocacy. He's worked on numerous complex and challenging cases in litigation, always keeping his eyes on what matters most: getting his clients the support and justice they deserve. As a part of Arnold & Itkin, Kason provides his clients with advocacy that is equal parts unrelenting and compassionate.
“There is no higher calling as a lawyer than representing everyday people in their time of need. Succeeding for them demands passion, principle, and an absolute commitment that what you are doing is the right thing to do. Top to bottom, Arnold & Itkin believes in doing the right thing, in every case.”
A native of Whitehouse, Texas, Kason earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago in 2007, with general honors. He graduated in 2014, cum laude, from the SMU Dedman School of Law in Dallas, TX where he was a Rosemary and Tom Medders Scholar, interned for the Hon. Terry R. Means of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, and was a member of several invitation-only moot court teams including the Jessup International Moot Court Competition. Kason tried his first case in Dallas County as a third-year law student in the SMU Criminal Justice Clinic and won.
Before law school, Kason spent three years as the founding Executive Director of the Dallas Urban Debate Alliance, a community education non-profit dedicated to building a rigorous debate program for urban public school students in Dallas. He received the organization’s Distinguished Service Award in 2010. Before joining Arnold & Itkin in 2020, he prosecuted medical malpractice and unsafe drug and device cases in seven states with a prominent firm in Dallas, where his proudest accomplishments were not measured in dollars but in changes in the way things were done to improve safety.
Kason is an Army veteran who approaches every case, and every client, with an ethos of integrity and selfless service. In addition to his work at Arnold & Itkin, Kason continues to serve as a Captain in the United States Army, performing regular duty as a reservist. Decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation with oak leaf cluster, Global War on Terror Expeditionary Medal, Reserve Component Achievement Medal, and the Colonel Decius Wadsworth Award of Scholarship, presented on the occasion of graduating first in his class from the US Army Basic Officer Leaders Course.
When not at the firm or fulfilling military responsibilities, Kason spends his time with his wife, a high school teacher, and three young daughters.