About Attorney Kila Bobier
Originally born in Nebraska, Kila Bobier moved to Louisiana as a teenager. While she is very passionate about practicing law, her greatest passion is motherhood. Kila earned her B.S., Summa Cum Laude in 2004 from Grambling State University, where she was Valedictorian of her graduating class and her J.D. in 2007 from Southern University Law Center. She worked in the court system of Shreveport, Louisiana for eight years after graduating – first as a Judicial Law Clerk, then as an Assistant District Attorney, then as an Assistant Public Defender – before opening her own law office. As an attorney, she focused on personal injury because she’s passionate about helping others who have sustained injuries that were not their own fault. She has continued practicing personal injury law since she moved to Dallas in 2016.
Memberships in Legal Associations
She is a former member of the Louisiana State Bar Association’s House of Delegates and Legislative Committees. She is also an active participant in the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers’ Division. Kila Bobier currently serves on the Texas Trial Lawyers Membership Committee as well as the Dallas Trial Association’s Diversity Committee. She is also on the Executive Board of the Woman Lawyer’s Division of the National Bar Association.
Kila Bobier’s Community Involvement
As a Juvenile Prosecutor, Kila Bobier was able to play a hands-on role in rehabilitating misguided youth to try to keep them from ending up in the adult penal system. She then became an advocate for the socioeconomically challenged and helped guide them through the justice system. Currently, she hosts sponsored forums to educate the public on their legal rights. She also volunteers for the community service projects of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the Junior League of Dallas.