TWG’s Gilchrist Sworn As Hillsboro City Attorney
On February 2, 2021, TWG lawyer Kimberlyn Gilchrist was sworn in as the City Attorney for City of Hillsboro, Kansas. Gilchrist practices in TWG’s business law group, with an emphasis on municipal law and finance, real estate, corporate law, and contracts. She is a 2016 graduate of the KU School of Law, and a 2013 graduate of Newman University.
TWG has decades of history with the City of Hillsboro, Kansas, including work as Bond Counsel on municipal finance projects and issues involving the Hillsboro Community Hospital. TWG is honored to strengthen its ties with Hillsboro through Gilchrist’s service
as the City Attorney. TWG has a wide range of experience serving communities in Kansas like Hillsboro, particularly in the practice areas of municipal law, bond law, utilities law, and administrative law. TWG lawyers also serve as City Attorney for other Kansas communities, including Andover, Hesston, Kechi, and Mulvane, as well as General Counsel and Regulatory Counsel to the Kansas Power Pool.
Gilchrist said, “I am honored to serve as the Hillsboro City Attorney, and get to work with the wonderful elected officials, staff, and citizens of the community.” J.T. Klaus, Managing Member of TWG and General Counsel to the Kansas Power Pool, stated, “We consider this engagement a matter of great trust. Kimberlyn is the perfect fit for Hillsboro, a community which honors a history of local service, care and compassion for its citizenry, but is also always looking to use technology and foster commerce in ways that celebrate its core values and spread equity, education and good health well beyond its own corporate limits. ”
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