Overview

Katherine has experience in both litigation and transactional matters. She has assisted in drafting briefs, motions and a number of other case pleadings in both the pre-trial and trial phases. Katherine has assisted in numerous aspects of the discovery process including document review, witness preparation for depositions, and creation of deposition exhibits.

During law school, she was an executive board member of the Fordham Brendan Moore Trial Advocacy Center and competed in trial advocacy competitions across the country where she gained extensive experience in oral advocacy. Katherine is dedicated to finding creative and effective solutions to complex legal problems and always strives to exceed her clients’ expectations.

  • Credentials

    Education

    • Fordham University School of Law, J.D., 2018
      Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law, Online Managing Editor
      Brendan Moore Trial Advocacy Center, Tendy Competition Editor, Competition Finalist
      Hon. Peter G. Sheridan, U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, Judicial Intern (2016)
      Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award, Fordham University School of Law Public Interest Resource Center (2018)
    • Boston University, B.A., International Relations, 2015, magna cum laude
      Dean’s List
      Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science/International Relations Honor Society
      Boston University Pre-Law Review, Treasurer

    Bar Admissions

    • New York

            Professional Memberships

            • New York State Bar Association
            • New York City Bar Association
            • American Bar Association
          • Insights

            Other Publications

            • “In re Franchise Services of North America, Inc. Fifth Circuit Rules State Corporation Law Controls Filing of Bankruptcy Petition” (co-author) Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser, 2019 No. 4 (Apr. 2019)
          • Citizenship

            Pro Bono Activities

            • As a summer associate, Katherine worked on a death row case advocating for a current inmate’s release on parole after prior ineffective assistance of counsel.
            • Fordham University School of Law Mediation Clinic, Student Mediator (2018)