Kim Mullins

Chief Operating Officer

Kim Mullins is the firm’s Chief Operating Officer. Kim works with firm leadership to develop and advance the strategic, financial, and practice-management objectives of the firm. On a day-to-day basis, Kim manages the firm’s technology, billing, website, publications, and marketing efforts. If you have received an issue of the Legal Blast, an invoice, or attended one our training sessions, Kim was behind it.

Kim has worked in the legal profession for 30 years, as an Office Manager, Paralegal, Webmaster, and IT Manager for firms in Dallas and Fort Worth, as well as a statewide firm with offices in five Texas cities. Kim earned her Paralegal Certification at the University of Texas at Tyler.

For the past 25 years, Kim has devoted her work to the management of school law firms. The daughter of a high school football coach, Kim has a deep respect for the work that educators do and a sincere appreciation for the difference they make in children’s lives.

Affiliations / Memberships

Association of Legal Administrators
Leadership Mansfield, Class of 2015
Leadership Mansfield Board of Directors, 2016 to Present
Chair, Leadership Mansfield Board of Directors, 2017, 2022, 2023

What our clients say

Great Service, Professional Staff

Leasor Crass has been an invaluable asset to Wylie Independent School District for 8 years. As a trusted advisor and reliable guide, the firm has consistently supported us through every challenge we’ve faced. Their common sense and pragmatic approach to the law have earned them greater trust with each passing year. We feel incredibly fortunate to have them represent our school district. With their ongoing support and guidance, we are confident in our ability to overcome any obstacle as we continue to strive for educational excellence.

– Dr. David Vinson, Superintendent, Wylie Independent School District

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