Kimberly Krone is the Youth Justice Attorney within the Immigrant Rights Program at the American Friends Service Committee in Newark, New Jersey where she provides legal representation to immigrant children and youth, including those who are detained. Kimberly is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and New York. She is a graduate of Seton Hall School of Law where she was the Center for Social Justice Scholar within the International Human Rights/Rule of Law Initiative and member of the Seton Hall Circuit Review. Kimberly has been an advocate for immigrants’ rights in New Jersey since 2007, working with several different community organizations. Kimberly is fluent in English and Spanish.