Kimberly White

Adjunct Professor


Seattle University School of Law
901 12th Avenue, Sullivan Hall
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
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BFA, California Institute of the Arts, 1981
Certified Linklater Voice Teacher
Act of Communication Certified Consultant


Voice/Presentation Specialist
Shakespeare Coach
Trial Consultant


Professor Kimberly White empowers attorneys through dynamic, cutting edge techniques she has translated from 25+ years in the professional theater. She has given Key Note Presentations and lead trainings for attorneys with organizations that include: The Women's Advocacy Project in San Francisco (co-leader with Joshua Karton), Washington State Association for Justice in Seattle, Seattle Public Defenders Litigation Talent Academy, Seattle University CLE program, Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles, The World Globe Forum, NYC.

In 2013 Professor White co-created Compelling Voice, Compelling Story, a 2-day CLE program with Seattle attorney, Mary Ruth Mann. She is an associate/faculty of An Act of Communication, a trial consulting firm based in Los Angeles and is faculty on American Association of Justice: Be a Trailblazer and American Association of Justice Ultimate Trial Advocacy Course. She is a member of American Society of Trial Consultants and VASTA (Voice and Speech Trainers Association, Inc).

Professor White is one of 200 teachers world-wide trained and certified by Master Teacher Kristin Linklater in her premiere voice method, Freeing the Natural Voice. Recent Theater credits include Text Coach for the all-female production of Coriolanus last fall at 12th Ave Arts, Seattle. She was Text & Voice Director at Seattle Shakespeare Company for many years where she worked on 25+ productions. Kimberly consults with attorneys on trial story, witness preparation and presentation coaching.