Kimberly Mutcherson teaches on bioethics and the law, family law, health law policy, torts and South African constitutional law. She focuses her scholarly work health law, bioethics, and family law. These works has been in Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, Harvard Journal of Law & Gender, Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, Minnesota Law Review Headnotes and Nevada Law Journal. She also speaks nationally and internationally on these subjects.
Currently, she is faculty advisor of OutLaw, Rutgers' association for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender law students and the Black Law Students Association. She is also an associate with the Center for Children and Childhood studies at Rutgers–Camden.
Previously, Mutcherson served as a Kirkland & Ellis Fellow at the HIV Law Project continuing as a staff attorney after her fellowship ended. She studied the impact litigation and policy work for underrepresented population including, women, low-income gay, lesbian and transgender individuals, and injection drug users. She was also acting assistant professor of lawyering at the New York University School of Law.