Kim M Zion
Kim Zion has been practicing law in Dane County since 1990. For the last twenty years she has focused her practice in the areas of state and federal criminal defense, CHIPS, juvenile law (including CHIPS and delinquency), Chapter 51 civil commitments and family law.
Kim earned her law degree from the University of Louisville in 1990. Upon graduation, she moved to the Madison area and began her legal career. She has been regularly appointed by Dane County Judges to represent parents in both criminal and CHIPS actions and is the coordinator for the Dane County Parental Representation Project. Among her other accomplishments, she has successfully petitioned the United States Supreme Court in a federal criminal case.