Katherine’s practice focuses on condominium and homeowners association representation, as well as business and civil litigation. She is the first and only attorney in Volusia County to be board certified by The Florida Bar in the area of Condominium and Planned Development Law. Board certification is the highest level of evaluation by The Florida Bar of the competency and experience of attorneys in the areas of law approved for certification, and only 195 out of more than 100,000 attorneys in the state of Florida are board certified in Condominium and Planned Development Law.
Katherine graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Vanderbilt University in 2003 and cum laude from Stetson University College of Law in 2006. At Stetson, she was a law review editor and moot court champion. After law school, she went to work at the Cobb Cole, P.A. law firm, where she was elected partner before leaving to join the firm of Wright & Casey, P.A. Katherine has trial and appellate experience, and she is a frequent speaker for businesses and associations.
Katherine is a leader in legal and community service activities. She is a Past President of The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division, a Past President of the Volusia Flagler Association for Women Lawyers, a past Chair of the Seventh Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission, a past board member of legal aid, and a past board member of the Junior League of Daytona Beach. She is currently the President of the Board of Trustees for the Museum of Arts and Sciences, and a board member of the Volusia County Bar Association, St. Barnabas Episcopal School, and Suddenly Joyful Global Missions. Katherine has been recognized as a Florida “Super Lawyer,” a Florida Association for Women Lawyers “Leader in the Law,” a Volusia/Flagler Business Report “40 Under 40,” and the Volusia Flagler Association for Women Lawyers 2014 “Woman of the Year.”