Kimberly Fasking

Kimberly Fasking


Kim is a Chicago native who moved with her family to Alabama in 2005. She earned her Bachelor of Philosophy in Anthropology from Northwestern University and her Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law. She has worked in several areas of law, including criminal defense, civil rights, and employment discrimination. Since being admitted to the bar in Alabama, Kim has shifted her focus primarily to immigration work.

Kim began working for our firm in 2018 as a summer intern. After her time here, she continued her immigration work almost exclusively in the representation of asylum seekers, both as an independent contractor, and in a pro bono capacity. She has represented detained and non-detained asylum seekers in the United States, and she spent several weeks throughout 2019 and 2020 providing pro bono legal assistance to asylum seekers who were subjected to MPP policies at a legal clinic in Tijuana, México. Kim has also been engaged as a featured speaker regarding asylum rights and border issues.

As a full-time attorney in our office, Kim's work is largely centered on removal defense-- particularly asylum and cancellation of removal. She represents our clients before the immigration courts in New Orleans and Atlanta, as well as before USCIS in Montgomery and probate court. Her enduring passion and focus is "crisis immigration"-- a term she uses to describe cases where clients face the prospect of having their families divided by a border or being returned across a border to the perils from which they have previously fled. Kim speaks some Spanish, but she is grateful that our office is staffed with highly competent bilingual staff who can help her communicate fully with our clients.


Bachelor of Philosophy, Anthropology, Northwestern University
Juris Doctor, Cumberland School of Law, Samford University


Alabama State Bar
American Bar Association
American Immigration Lawyers Association


United Nations Association of Greater Birmingham- There's No Border on Women's Rights, March 2020
-US/Mexico border policies and their impact on asylum seekers

Haitian Connection guest speaker, October 2021

Cumberland School of Law- Continuing Legal Education, Cancellation of Removal, December 2021

Open Table Discussion, Immigration Stories, The Church at Stone River, January 2024



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