Katherine is an associate attorney in the Real Estate Law, Business and Corporate Law, and Employment Law practice groups. Although Katherine has a wide variety of legal interests, her practice is primarily focused on corporate and transactional matters and assisting clients in obtaining their business goals.
Now more than ever, businesses must rapidly adapt and evolve to meet the needs of customers and employees. Always maintaining a responsive and collaborative dialogue with clients about their unique needs, Katherine offers strategic legal expertise to achieve creative and practical solutions that meet the challenges of today.
Katherine graduated from the University of Maine School of Law with honors. During her Juris Doctor studies she interned at the Maine Human Rights Commission, investigating employment discrimination complaints; interned at a multinational financial services corporation, where she focused on topics including cyber security, contracts, financial institution regulations and COVID-19 impacts; held editorial positions on (and published in) the Ocean and Coastal Law Journal, which covers legal issues in marine resource regulation, coastal zone management, environmental protection, and other areas of seashore and ocean use; and worked as a Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic student attorney, as well as a Perkins Thompson summer associate.
Prior to law school, Katherine worked as a paralegal assistant in a large law firm providing legal support to business group attorneys. For some seven years Katherine was a volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Maine.
Publications / Seminars
- Confronting Coastal Flood Risks in Portland, ME, Ocean and Coastal Law Journal
Service / Achievements
Katherine was a volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Maine for seven years.