Kimberlee Gee is the Founder and Managing Member of Kimberlee Gee Legal, which is based in Washington, D.C. and Maryland and serves clients nationwide. Prior to founding Kimberlee Gee Legal in 2017, Ms. Gee worked as a Deputy Assistant General Counsel and in-house attorney for a small financial services corporation providing general oversight and execution of the Corporation’s ethics compliance program and providing high-level legal counsel to the Board of Directors and senior leadership officials on employment, personnel and HR compliance matters. Ms. Gee oversaw workplace investigations, trainings and the management of litigation, dispute resolution and individual appeal matters, representing the corporation in a wide range of judicial and administrative employment proceedings. Prior to that, she served as principal representative for a Washington, D.C. association, representing more than 20k+ employees nationwide as lead counsel during arbitration and other administrative and tribunal proceedings, deftly resolving and prevailing on a range of employment and labor law issues pertaining to: discharge and discipline, leave, breach of contract, unfair labor practices and workers compensation. She also oversaw grievance administration, as well as contract management and negotiation of several collective bargaining agreements and settlement agreements. Preceding this position, she worked as a policy analyst and research assistant for a national organization, developing policy data products and drafting white papers on various national labor policies and federal initiatives.  Ms. Gee also previously served as an Editor for the Daily Labor Report and Construction Labor Report for Bloomberg BNA (nee Bureau of National Affairs), drafting and editing an expansive range of written products on legal and legislative employment and labor issues.

Ms. Gee earned both her Bachelor of Arts in English (cum laude) and her Juris Doctor from Howard University, and is a recipient of the Thurgood Marshall Academic Scholarship.


  • “The Impact of Race on Representation” Justis Connection
  • The Dark Side of the VRBO Industry” American Bar Association, Minority Trial Lawyer
  • The Power and Meaning of the Black Woman’s Vote” Greater Washington Area Chapter, National Bar Association
  • Increasing the Number of Women of Color Partners in DC-Area Law Firms” Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia, Raising the Bar
  • Attacks on Political Speech and Black Activism: What the NFL Protests are Teaching us About Civil Liberties and Civil Rights” National Bar Association Magazine
  • Concrete Ceiling’ Limits Advancement by Minority Women, Research Report Finds” Bureau of National Affairs, Daily Labor Report
  • Bureau of National Affairs, “Hatch Invites Asian-American Groups to Discuss Bill Lann Lee’s Confirmation,” Daily Labor Report

Multimedia Features

  • National Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Conference “Hot Topics in Labor Law” (October 2018)
  • National Bar Association, 93rd Annual Convention, “Patriotism – Football, the Flag and the First Amendment” (July 2018)
  • PCMA Convene Magazine, “Not on Your Watch” (July 2018)
  • Authority Magazine, “The Biggest Factors in A Company’s Success is the Quality of the Employees they Hire and a Diverse Talent Pool May Help” (June 2018)
  • National Conference of Bar Presidents, Lawyers Webinar Series, “How Do Bars React in the #MeToo Movement Era” (June 2018)
  • Fit Small Business, “I-9 Form: Definition, Requirements and How to Complete” (June 2018)
  • Fit Small Business, “At Will Employment Doctrine: How It Works and 4 Big Exceptions” (January 2018)

Professional Affiliations and Leadership Positions

  • District of Columbia Bar Association
  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
    • Litigation
    • Labor and Employment Law
  • Women’s Bar Association, District of Columbia
  • National Bar Association
  • Greater Washington Area Chapter, NBA, Board Member 2018-2019
  • Greater Washington Black Chamber of Commerce

Volunteer Activities

  • Advocacy & Justice Clinic for the DC Pro Bono Center
  • Legal Referral Clinic for NPO Bread for the City