Kim L. Rensing
Kim’s law practice began in the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office after graduating from Washington University School of Law. She grew up in Illinois where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from the University of Illinois. After working for over eleven years as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Kim went into the private practice of law which included civil litigation, criminal defense, family and juvenile law and appointments as Condemnation Commissioner. She also worked as a Guardian ad Litem for the St. Louis County Family Court. Then, after many years of being in the courtroom, she transitioned to the classroom to teach at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis University School of Professional Studies, St. Louis University School of Law and St. Charles Community College.
Kim has served her communities in various capacities ranging from Webster Groves municipal boards and committees including the Historic Preservation Commission, the Early Childhood Community Advisory Board, the School District Strategic Planning Commission and the Citizen’s Advisory Board. In addition she served as committee member and leader for the local Cub Scout group participating in the Scouting for Food Drive, the annual Webster Groves 4th of July parade, Pinewood Derby and annual awards banquets. Kim has also volunteered as a dog walker for the APA of Missouri.
Kim lives in Cedar Hill with her husband, Jim and their son.