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Jim Kingman

Senior Associate Attorney

Mr. Jim Kingman is an Austin-based trial attorney with a decade of courtroom experience.

Mr. Kingman grew up in the rural community of Corsicana, Texas. He was a champion debater, President of the National Honor Society, Salutatorian of Corsicana High Class of 2005, Senior Patrol Leader of his Boy Scout Troop, and an Eagle Scout.

Mr. Kingman earned his B.A. from Rhodes College, a liberal arts school in Memphis, Tennessee, known for its rigor, community service, and the nation’s premier mock trial program.

Interested in Classics since he was a child, Mr. Kingman studied abroad at Oxford and in Greece, Italy, and Turkey. He also studied Spanish in Spain, developing the language skills he has used throughout his practice in South Texas.

In 2009, Mr. Kingman earned his B.A. in English Literature, cum laude, with an Honors distinction awarded for his research work on James Joyce and Greek myth.

Mr. Kingman then earned his J.D. from Harvard Law School in 2012.

At Harvard Law School, Mr. Kingman was the President of the Harvard Law Texas Club, Vice President of The Federalist Society, Executive Editor of the Journal of Law and Public Policy, and Book Review Editor of the National Security Law Journal.

In law school, Mr. Kingman’s two major scholarly efforts stemmed from his background and experiences. He used his connections and relationships to delve into the famous capital murder arson case that resulted in the conviction and execution of Cameron Todd Willingham.

After law school, Mr. Kingman returned home to Corsicana in Navarro County. Within his first year, he tried over 40 cases, from traffic tickets to first-degree felonies. After a year, he returned to Austin as a judicial clerk for Hon. Sharon Keller, the Presiding Judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. He was the chief of the clerks and administered the clerkship program. He served as the bailiff for the investitures of a third of the current court.

Mr. Kingman spent the next several years in Victoria County, Navarro County, Nueces County, and Travis County in the DA’s Offices. He prosecuted cases including murder, child abuse, white-collar fraud, human trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual assault.

Further, Mr. Kingman has previously worked at Thomas J. Henry Law handling a wide range of personal injury matters from automobile accidents, trucking accidents, workplace accidents, and premises liability. He has vast experience working on personal injury matters from start to finish.

His writing has appeared in The Southwestern Review, The Corsicana Daily Sun, The Victoria Advocate, and The Washington Post.

Mr. Kingman has run three marathons and enjoys rock climbing, paddleboarding, and triathlons.


  • Automobile Accidents
  • Company Vehicle Accidents
  • Premises Liability
  • Trucking Accidents
  • Workplace Accidents


Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts (J.D.)

  • Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, Senior Editor

Rhodes Colllege, Memphis, Tennesssee (B.A.)

  • Cum Laude
  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Phi Alpha Theta (History)
  • Sigma Tau Delta (English)
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