Helping child-serving organizations address the risk of child sexual abuse.

About Us

The law firm of Love & Norris specializes in matters involving child sexual abuse. Our clients include ministries, churches, seminaries, universities, private schools, public and private charities, and youth sport organizations. In addition, Gregory Love and Kimberlee Norris serve as founders and directors of MinistrySafe and Abuse Prevention Systems.

Representative clients include the United States Olympic Committee, Awana International, Baptist Conventions, North American Mission Board, Church of the Nazarene, the United Methodist Church, and hundreds of churches, schools, camps and ministries.

After decades of litigating sexual abuse cases and providing legal counsel to ministries, Love and Norris partnered with Dallas Theological Seminary to create the first seminary course addressing the risk of child sexual abuse in ministry contexts.


The Attorneys


Gregory S. Love is a recognized expert in legal standards of care related to child sexual abuse, with a passion for equipping ministry leaders with an understanding of sexual abuse issues facing the Church. Litigating sexual abuse cases on behalf of victims across the United States, his unique perspective provides valuable counsel to high profile secular clients, while supplying crisis response to ministries and churches nationwide. Love regularly trains underwriting and risk management professionals to assess sexual abuse risk.

Love earned a B.A. in Accounting from Texas Tech University in 1987, followed by a Juris Doctor in Law from Texas Tech School of Law, where he served on the law review.


Kimberlee D. Norris is a sexual abuse trial attorney: representing victims of abuse, serving as a consulting expert in abuse cases, and providing crisis management and allegation response counsel to child-serving organizations of all sizes. She is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court and the United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas.

An acknowledged authority in screening practices, Norris has trained over 500,000 ministry staff members and volunteers since 2005.

Norris earned a B.S. in Journalism from Texas A&M University and a Juris Doctor in Law from Baylor School of Law, where she served on the law review.


Consultation Request

If your organization needs legal counsel related to child sexual abuse,
please complete the firm’s Legal Consultation Request Form.

If you are an individual desiring legal counsel related to child sexual abuse,
please complete the firm’s Intake Form.