As part of Littler's Knowledge Management team, Katherine leverages the firm's collective knowledge and experience in handling labor and employment matters in order to improve attorney efficiency and increase value to Littler’s clients. She is responsible for creating processes, tools and software to help attorneys work smarter; enhancing access to Littler's vast library of work product and content; and employing innovative technologies to distribute legal information and deliver premier legal services to clients.
Prior to transitioning into the Knowledge Management department, Katherine was an associate in Littler’s Denver office. She represented employers in a broad range of employment litigation matters in federal and state courts, as well as administrative agencies such as the EEOC.
Prior to joining Littler, Katherine worked as a law clerk to the Hon. R. Brooke Jackson at the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado. During law school she was a law clerk at a civil litigation firm in Denver and clerked in the Civil Litigation and Employment Section of the Office of the Attorney General in Colorado. At the University of Colorado Law School, she served as an articles editor for the University of Colorado Law Review.