Edward L. Kimball (born September 1930) is a law professor at Brigham Young University who has written biographies of his father Spencer W. Kimball and his mother Camilla Eyring Kimball. These biographies have been described as "well crafted". Kimball's biography of his father has also been listed among "60 Signicficant Mormon Biographies".
Kimball was born in Arizona and suffered from polio as a child. He served as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Netherlands. Kimball also wrote an article on Henry Eyring and Harvey Fletcher published in Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought.
As a lawyer, Brother Kimball specialized in evidence law. He held the Ernest L. Wilkinson chair at the J. Reuben Clark Law School.
- Mormon Literature database entry for Kimball
- article from JSTOR co-authored by Kimball that mentions him being a law professor
- Ensign, December 1993, p. 22, short bio connected with article by Kimball
- ↑ Ronald W. Walker, David J. Whittaker and James B. Allen. Mormon History. (Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2001) p. 129
- ↑ article listing 60 significant Mormon biographies and explaining why each is included
- ↑ Carolina Eyring Miner and Edward L. Kiball. Camilla: A Biography of Camilla Eyring Kimball. (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1980) p. 111
- ↑ Craig Oberg and Gene Sessions. Science and Mormonism: A Review Essay
- ↑ report on Kimball's BYU Studies article
- ↑ reference to Kimball's article in a bibliography
- ↑ citation of an article co-authored by Kimball