Kimberly Alderman is a private practice attorney with a special interest in cultural property law. She has spoken across the country on the subject and has been interviewed by NPR, BBC, and The Art Newspaper. She has maintained the Cultural Property & Archaeology Law Blog since 2008.
In her practice, Kimberly is the owner and managing attorney of the Alderman Law Firm, a civil litigation and appeals firm based in Madison, Wisconsin. The firm specializes in business litigation, contract and real estate disputes, and judgment enforcement.
Kimberly is Chair of the Executive Committee for the ASIL Cultural Heritage & the Arts Group and Vice-Chair of the Steering Committee for the ABA’s Art & Cultural Heritage Law Committee. She is also on the Education Board for the Lawyers’ Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation.