Kim Crowley represents clients in complex litigation matters.

As a summer associate at WilmerHale in 2019, Ms. Crowley represented a client in a Department of Unemployment Assistance case through Greater Boston Legal Services. She also worked an unemployment assistance case with Boston University School of Law’s Civil Litigation Clinic.

Before joining the firm, Ms. Crowley completed a legal externship with the Division of Public Charities of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office, where she assisted in investigations into charities fraud and helped draft settlement orders. She also served as a judicial intern for Judge Kermit Lipez of the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. At Boston University School of Law, Ms. Crowley served as a research assistant to Professor Nancy Moore and worked in the Legislative Policy & Drafting Clinic, where she researched and drafted proposed legislation for Representative Patrick Kearney of the 4th Congressional District.

Ms. Crowley published the article “The Many Layers of Masterpiece Cakeshop” in the BU Law Review Vol. 301 (2020).


  • Education

    • JD, Boston University School of Law, 2020

      Note Development Editor, BU Law Review Dean's Award 2018: Torts, Joseph G. Tauro Distinguished Scholar
    • BA, Applied Psychology and Human Development, minor in French, Boston College, 2014

      summa cum laude
  • Admissions

    • Massachusetts

  • Languages

    • French