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Kimberly M. Tatum, J.D.
Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Legal Studies
Department of Applied Science, Technology, and Administration
College of Professional Studies
University of West Florida
11000 University Parkway
Pensacola, Florida 32514
[email protected]
(850) 857-6198
EDUCATION
University of Florida College of Law, Gainesville, Florida
Juris Doctor, May 1998
Honors, Fall 1996, Spring 1997, Fall 1997
Honors, Appellate Advocacy, Fall 1995
Pro Bono Award Recipient
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Bachelor of Arts, English, minor in Latin, May 1994
Phi Beta Kappa
Honors College Distinction
Leadership LSU
PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE
Florida Bar, 1999-present
ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
Associate Dean, College of Professional Studies, 2013-present
Assistant Dean, College of Professional Studies, 2010-2013
Associate Professor of Legal Studies, 2009-Present
College of Professional Studies Dean’s Fellowship, 2009-2010
Assistant Professor of Legal Studies, 2003-2009
Coordinator of Legal Studies Program, 1/2004-12/2005
Internship Coordinator for Legal Studies, 2004–2009
Visiting Assistant Professor of Legal Studies, 2002-2003
University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida
Undergraduate Courses Taught: Contracts and Business Entities; Legal Research
and Writing; Probate and Estate Planning; Judicial Process; Law and Society;
Criminal Law; Evidence; Advanced Legal Research and Writing; Legal Advocacy;
Criminal Procedure; Legal Studies Internship; Special Topics Courses
(Simulations Research and Citizen Response to Drinking and Driving; Domestic
Violence and the Law; Emerge Study Abroad in Japan)
Graduate Courses Taught: Domestic Violence and the Social Work System (MSW
Program); The Justice System’s Response to Domestic Violence (CJ Program)
Adjunct Instructor, May 2000-May 2002
Pensacola Junior College, Legal Assisting Program, Pensacola, Florida
Courses Taught: Legal Research and Writing; Domestic Relations
OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Assistant Public Defender, 2001-2002
Juvenile Division and Felony Drug Court Division
First Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office, Shalimar, Florida
Represented indigent juveniles in the delinquency system; Represented adult
defendants charged with felonies in the Okaloosa County Drug Court Program
Assistant State Attorney, 1998-2001
Misdemeanor Division, June 1998-September 1998
Domestic Violence Division, September 1998-August 2001
First Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office, Pensacola, Florida
Established a domestic violence unit under federal grant program; Prosecuted
misdemeanor and felony domestic violence cases; Trained prosecutors, probation
officers, and police officers on the effective handling of domestic violence cases;
Handled violation of protection orders from Family Court; Served as contact
person for community agencies; Prosecuted over 50 jury trials to verdict as lead
counsel.
LEGAL CLERKSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS
Florida Bar Foundation Public Interest Fellowship, Summer 1996
Withlacoochee Area Legal Services, Ocala, Florida
Provided legal services to indigent clients; Conducted legal research and writing
for three attorneys; Performed client intake interviews; Assisted family law
attorney by preparing for dissolution of marriage and child custody hearings.
Judicial Clerkship, Summer 1997
Eighth Judicial Circuit Family Court, Gainesville, Florida
Conducted legal research and writing for chief family law judge; Attended family
law hearings; Assisted with intakes, planning, and legal research for the Pro Se
Family Court Program.
Center for Governmental Responsibility Public Service Law Fellowship,
Battered Women’s Clemency Project, Fall 1997-Spring 1998
Conducted legal research and writing on criminal law issues for clemency project
attorneys in Tallahassee; Assisted attorneys during clemency hearings; Organized
symposium at the College of Law on domestic violence and its impact on the legal
system; Served as UF Law School student representative at state-wide symposium
on improving domestic violence education in the state’s law schools.
TEACHING AND SERVICE AWARDS
2014:
2012:
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2003:
Outstanding UWF Student Organization Event (Argo Invitational Mock
Trial Competition)
Escambia County Domestic Violence Coalition Outstanding Service
Award
FavorHouse of Northwest Florida Distinguished Service Award
UWF Mary Rogers Women’s Studies Faculty Award
Spirit of AMTA (American Mock Trial Association) Award
UWF Distinguished Teaching Award- finalist
UWF Distinguished Teaching Award- finalist
UWF Distinguished Teaching Award- finalist
Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Teaching Award
UWF Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching and Advising Award
Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society, UWF Faculty Inductee
PUBLICATIONS- Refereed Journal Articles
Swanson, Cheryl, Chang Bae Lee, Frank Sansone, and Kimberly Tatum. (2013). Inmate
fathers and their children: Perceptions of barriers to their relationships. The Prison
Journal.
Lee, Chang Bae, Cheryl Swanson, Frank Sansone, and Kimberly Tatum. (2012).
Prisoners’ perceptions of father-child relationship and social support. American Journal of
Criminal Justice.
Hough, Richard, and Kimberly M. Tatum. An examination of Florida policies on force
continuums. (2012). Policing: An International Journal of Police Management and
Strategy.
Lee, Chang-Bae, Cheryl Swanson, Frank Sansone, and Kimberly M. Tatum
(2011). Incarcerated fathers and parenting: Importance of the relationship with their
children: Perceptions of the parent-child relationship. Social Work in Public Health.
Hough, Richard, and Kimberly M. Tatum (2009). Examining the utility of the use of force
continuum: TASERS and potential liability. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 9(3), 3750.
Clement, Keith, Kimberly M. Tatum, Matt Kruse Julie Kunselman (2009). Exploring
agency policing models and response to domestic violence. Policing: An International
Journal of Police Management and Strategy, 32(1), 92-107.
Crow, Matthew, Richard Hough, Jason Mosley, John Smykla, John, and Kimberly M.
Tatum (alphabetical order for authors) (2008). Drunk and alone in a K-mart parking lot:
The pedagogy of simulations and contemporary attitudes toward drinking and driving.
Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 19(3), 417-431.
Tatum, Kimberly M., Nichols, Joyce C., Ferguson, Fernaundra. (2008). Examining
institutional barriers that impede access to legal education: Promoting diversity in the
legal profession. Negro Educational Review, 59(1-2), 79-92.
Tatum, Kimberly M., Lee, Abby, and Kunselman, Julie C. (2008). A pre-trial domestic
violence intensive supervision unit: Exploring case seriousness and successful disposition.
American Journal of Criminal Justice, 33(1), 32-43.
Bridges, F. Stephen, Tatum, Kimberly M., and Kunselman, Julie C. (2008) Domestic
violence statutes and rates of intimate partner homicide: A research note. Criminal Justice
Policy Review, 19(1), 117-130.
Tatum, Kimberly M. and Clement, Keith. (2007). An exploratory analysis of Florida law
enforcement domestic violence policies. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 32(1-2),
45-56.
Tatum, Kimberly M. and Harrell, Susan W. (2007). Ethical issues faced by the dual
professional: Lawyers as faculty in higher education. Journal of College and Character,
7(2), 1-13.
Kunselman, Julie C. and Tatum, Kimberly M. (2004). Questioning appropriations for
juvenile offenders: A case study of juvenile arrestees in Escambia and Santa Rosa
Counties, Florida. Justice Policy Journal, 1(3), 1-17.
PUBLICATIONS- Other
Tatum, Kimberly M. (2009) “Domestic Violence and Arrest Policies.” Encyclopedia of
Victimology and Crime Prevention. Ed. Bonnie Fisher, Sage.
Tatum, Kimberly M. (2005) “Defense Attorneys.” Encyclopedia of Criminology. Ed.
Richard Wright and J. Mitchell Miller. New York: Routledge.
Tatum, Kimberly M. (2005) “Misdemeanors and Felonies.” Encyclopedia of
Criminology. Ed. Richard Wright and J. Mitchell Miller. New York: Routledge.
Tatum, Kimberly M. (2004) Should Restorative Justice be Used in Domestic Violence
Cases? An Examination by a Former Prosecutor. ACResolution, The Quarterly Magazine
of the Association for Conflict Resolution.
PUBLISHED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Hough, Richard, and Kimberly M. Tatum (2013) “Take a Breath: a Pause to Prevent
Escalation.” Conference Proceedings of the Homicide Research Working Group Annual
Meeting.
Hough, Richard, and Kimberly M. Tatum. (2012) “Confrontational Homicide.”
Conference Proceedings of the Homicide Research Working Group Annual Meeting.
MANUSCRIPT UNDER REVIEW
Tatum, Kimberly M., and Rebecca Pence. Factors that affect the arrest decision in
domestic violence cases. Submitted to Policing: An International Journal of Police
Management and Strategy, 2014.
TEXTBOOK IN PROGRESS
Hough, Richard and Kimberly Tatum. Homicide and Its Investigation. Sage Publishing.
OTHER RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
Tatum, Kimberly M. The use of domestic violence fatality review teams in the evaluation
of legislative policies.
GRANTS and GRANT APPLICATIONS
IMPACT 100 Grant, 2014. FavorHouse Safe Haven for People and Paws. $107,000.
Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program 2013
Competition. Grant application submitted March, 2013. (with Dr. Carla Thompson and
Dr. Phyllis Pooley). (not funded)
IMPACT 100 Grant, 2012. FavorHouse Kids Center. $103,000
WORKS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES
“What? So What? Now What? Developing High-Impact Practices in Criminal Justice
Education.” Roundtable presentation at the Southern Criminal Justice Association Annual
Conference, September, 2013.
“Take a Breath: a Pause to Prevent Escalation.” Presented at the Homicide Research
Working Group Annual Meeting, June 2013.
“Homicide in America: an Update.” Roundtable presentation at the Southern Criminal
Justice Association Annual Conference, September, 2012.
“Confrontational Homicide.” Presented at the Homicide Research Working Group Annual
Meeting, June 2012.
“I Didn’t Come Here to Kill You, it Just Happened. An Examination of Homicides in a
Southern Jurisdiction.” Presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association Annual
Conference, October 2011.
“Developing a Model Policy: Law Enforcement Use of Force.” Presented at the Southern
Criminal Justice Association Annual Conference, September 2010.
“Examining the Use of TASERS.” Presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association
Annual Conference, September 2009.
“Fathers in Prison and their Children: Perceptions of the Parent-child Relationship."
Presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association Annual Conference, September
2009.
“Domestic Violence Fatality Review Teams.” Presentation at the Academy of Criminal
Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, March 2009.
“Domestic Violence Community Coalitions.” Presentation at the Southern Criminal
Justice Association Annual Conference, October 2008.
“Drunk and Alone in a Kmart Parking Lot: The Pedagogy of Simulations and
Contemporary Attitudes toward Drinking and Driving.” Paper presented at the Academy
of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, March 2008.
“Factors that Affect the Arrest Decision in Domestic Violence Cases.” Paper presented at
the Southern Criminal Justice Association Annual Conference, September 2007.
“An Exploratory Analysis of Florida Law Enforcement Domestic Violence Policies.”
Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, March
2007.
“Diversity across the Curriculum: Using Grutter and Gratz to Teach Students How to
Synthesize Legal Authority.” Presentation at the American Association for Paralegal
Educators Annual Conference, October 2005.
“Intimate Partner Homicide and State Laws.” Paper presented at the Southern Criminal
Justice Association Annual Conference, September 2005.
“The Voice of the Victim.” Roundtable discussion at the Academy of Criminal Justice
Sciences Annual Meeting, March 2004.
“Should Restorative Justice be used in Domestic Violence Cases?” Presented during a
panel presentation on Ethics and Restorative Justice at the Association for Conflict
Resolution Annual Conference, October 2003.
“Too Young to Kill, Too Young to Punish? An Examination of the Trial of Derek and
Alex King.” Presentation at the Southeastern Psychological Association Annual
Conference, March 2003.
“Questioning Appropriations for Juvenile Offenders: A Case Study of Juvenile Arrestees
in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida.” Paper presented at the Southern Criminal
Justice Association Annual Conference, September, 2002.
ACADEMIC PROGRAM REVIEWS
2012:
2012:
2012:
2012:
2005:
UWF Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities Review Team
UWF Vocational and Technical Education Program Review Team
UWF Hospitality Program Review, Dean’s representative
UWF Dean of Students Office Program Review Team
UWF Legal Studies Program Review Team
OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
University:
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2007:
Co-chair, Search Committee for Chairperson of Teacher Education and
Educational Leadership
Co-chair, Search Committee for Chairperson of Department of Hospitality
Member, Legal Studies Faculty Search Committee
SACS QEP Selection Team
SACS Compliance Certification Team member
Women, Gender and Diversity Studies Task Force
Co-coordinator, UWF Women’s Studies Program
UWF NSF ADVANCE Faculty Scholar
Member, UWF President’s Diversity Council
Member, UWF Dean of Students Search Committee
Co-chair, UWF Work Life Effectiveness Task Force
President, UWF Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society
Member, Facilities Planning and Advisory Committee
Member, UWF Academic Misconduct Policy Revision Team
Member, Justice Studies Internship Coordinator Search Committee
Member, Justice Studies Office Administrator Search Committee
Chair, Legal Studies Faculty Search Committee
Member, UWF General Counsel Search Committee
Member, UWF Office of Undergraduate Research Committee
Member, Criminal Justice Faculty Search Committee
Member, UWF Vice President of Enrollment Management Search
Committee
Member, UWF Dean of Library Search Committee
Member, Special Education Faculty Search Committee
UWF Academic Misconduct Committee
UWF Faculty Senate Academic Council Committee member
UWF Faculty Senate
UWF Student Success Program Faculty Search Committee- Chair
College of Professional Studies TIP Award Committee
UWF Paid Parental Leave Study Group
2006:
2005-2009:
2005:
Criminal Justice Program Faculty Search Committee
Mock Trial Courtroom Planning Committee
UWF Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching and Advising Award
Committee
2005:
Legal Studies Program Faculty Search Committee- Chair
2005-2006: UWF Presidential Faculty Advisory Council
2005:
College of Professional Studies Dean’s Workgroup for Mock Trial
Courtroom
2005:
College of Professional Studies Dean’s Workgroup for International
Studies Program
2004:
Division of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies Chairperson Search
Committee
2004:
Criminal Justice Faculty Search Committee (Pensacola and Fort Walton
Beach positions)
2002:
Criminal Justice Faculty Search Committee
2002-present: UWF Mock Trial Team faculty sponsor
2003-2004: UWF President’s Lunch Bunch
2004-2005:
UWF Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Scholarship Director
National and Regional:
2011-present: Member, Homicide Research Working Group
2011:
Oxford Press, Textbook Reviewer
2009-present: Trainer, International Visiting Leaders Program (through U.S. State
Department) on domestic violence issues
2008:
Aspen Publisher, Textbook Reviewer
2007:
Manuscript Reviewer, American Journal of Criminal Justice
2005-2009: Roxbury Press, Textbook Reviewer
2002-present: Member, Southern Criminal Justice Association
Community:
2012-present: President, Board of Directors of FavorHouse of NW Florida
2011:
Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team
2010:
Presentation to First Judicial Circuit Mediators on Domestic Violence and
its Impact on the Mediation Process
2010:
Presentation to Professional Legal Association on Domestic Violence and
its Impact on the Family Law Process
2006-present: Member, FavorHouse of NW Florida Board of Directors (local DV shelter)
2005-present: Florida Association for Women Lawyers
2005-present: Member, Pensacola Junior College Legal Studies Advisory Board
2005-present: Escambia County Domestic Violence Coalition- Chairperson
2005-2009: Escambia County Teen Court Program-trainer
2005:
Domestic Violence Trainer for FavorHouse of Northwest Florida
2004:
Volunteer Attorney, ACLU Voting Rights Restoration Project
2003-2006: Member, Board of Directors of Child Guardians
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
2013:
Pre-law Advisors National Conference, Atlanta, GA
2012:
Pre-Law Advisors National Conference, Washington, DC
2012:
Chairs Training, Howie-in-the Hills
2011:
Chairs Training, Howie-in-the Hills
2010:
Pre-law Advisors National Conference, Duke Law School
2010:
CASE Academic Development Conference
2010:
UWF Difficult Dialogues Teaching Seminar, Participant
2009:
UWF Academic Integrity Teaching Seminar, Participant
2008:
Harvard University “Justice Online” Lecture Series
2008:
UWF StudioE Faculty Training for Online Course Development
2008:
I Will Survive: Preparing for Annual Evaluation, Building a Case for
Tenure and Promotion. UWF CUTLA Faculty Workshop
2008:
Travel Match Fund Award. College of Professional Studies
2007:
Time Management for Faculty. UWF CUTLA Faculty Workshop
2006:
The Binder and the Bucket. UWF CUTLA Faculty Workshop
2005:
Introduction to Online: Possibilities and Examples. College of
Professional Studies Faculty Series.
2005:
Travel Match Fund Award. College of Professional Studies.
2005:
Assessment Workshop with Dr. Barbara Walvoord. UWF CUTLA Faculty
Workshop
2005:
Regional Pre-law Advisors Conference, Barry University School of Law.
2004:
Travel Match Fund Award. College of Professional Studies.
2004:
Information Literacy Workshop. UWF Center for University Teaching and
Learning and UWF Libraries (grant recipient)
2004:
Pre-law Advisors National Conference (PLANC). Suffolk University
School of Law.
2003:
Tenure Portfolio Workshop. UWF CUTLA Faculty Workshop.
2003:
Travel Match Fund Award. College of Professional Studies.
2002:
The Compleat Professor New Faculty Series; UWF CUTLA Faculty
Workshop.
CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION
2013:
Domestic Violence Seminar
2012:
Domestic Violence Seminar
2011:
Domestic Violence Seminar
2010:
Domestic Violence Seminar
2008:
Domestic Violence Seminar
2008:
2008 Survey of Florida Law
2008:
Crime Scene Investigation
2005:
UWF Domestic Violence Training
2005:
A View from the Family Law Bench
2005:
Mediated Negotiations Seminar
2005:
Ethics and Professionalism Seminar
2005:
American Mock Trial Association Mock Trial Competition, Stetson
University College of Law
2002:
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1998:
Florida Association for Drug Court Professionals Seminar
National College of District Attorneys Domestic Violence Prosecution
Seminar “Don’t Stop Until the Violence Stops”
Florida Task Force on Domestic Violence Fatality Prevention
Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association Domestic Violence Advanced
Prosecution Seminar
Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association Domestic Violence Basic
Prosecution Seminar
Favor House of Northwest Florida Domestic Violence Seminar
Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association DUI Trial Advocacy Seminar

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