Kimberly Rennie is a Partner with Whitbeck Bennett. Prior to joining the firm, she worked as a solo practitioner in Oklahoma County serving people and families across the great state of Oklahoma for over 10 years.
She began her legal career as an Assistant District Attorney for Grady and Caddo Counties where she gained invaluable experience working for the citizens of Oklahoma. During this time, she successfully tried several jury trials, worked with drug court and headed up several juvenile programs. Her love for children shines in and out of the court room. A soon to-be adoptive mother of two children who were former clients, when she’s not advocating for other people’s children, she loves spending time with her own.
Rennie grew up in metro-Detroit and relocated to Oklahoma after law school. She is passionate about all things and people who do not have a voice – children, elderly people, disabled, animals and the environment. She enjoys volunteering as a wildlife rehabilitator and is often in trouble with her husband for bringing home rescue animals.
When she is not practicing law or with her family she enjoys traveling and anything that involves an adrenaline rush. Sky diving, drag racing and diving are the top 3.
Name: Kimberly Rennie
Law School: Thomas M. Cooley Law School (2010)
College: University of Michigan (2007)
Practice Areas: Family Law; Guardian Ad LItem; Guardianships; Adoptions; Surrogacy; Juvenile Deprived; Juvenile Delinquent; Estate Planning; Probate; Criminal Defense; VPO; Child Support; Civil Litigation; Personal Injury; Social Security; Cannabis and Medical Marijuana Law and compliance.
Admissions: Oklahoma, Chickasaw Nation, United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma
Professional Associations and Memberships: Member of the Oklahoma Bar Association; Oklahoma Bar Foundation; is a member of the Family Law Section and Criminal Law Section. Member of the Chickasaw Nation Bar Association. Member of the Grady County Bar Association and served as President for five (5) years while her practice was located in Grady County. Works with the Oklahoma Game Warden Association serving members in various matters.