Katherine G. McKeon

Katherine G. McKeon: Attorney with Sacks, Glazier, Franklin & Lodise LLP

Biography

Katherine G. McKeon received her J.D., cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School in 2009, where she was a Contributing Editor of the Michigan Law Review and an Associate Editor of the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review. While in law school, Ms. McKeon received Certificates of Merit in Legal Ethics and Torts. She received her B.S., magna cum laude, from the University of Southern California in 2006, where she was a Trustee Scholar and member of the Thematic Option Honors Writing Program. Prior to joining Sacks, Glazier, Franklin & Lodise, Ms. McKeon was a litigation associate at Irell & Manella, where she handled complex commercial litigation and patent litigation matters in a variety of state and federal courts.

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Trusts and Estates

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
213-785-8348  Phone
213-617-7725  Phone
213-617-9350  Fax
www.trustlitigation.la/Bio/KatherineMcKeon.asp
University Attended:
University of Southern California, B.S., magna cum laude, 2006
Law School Attended:
University of Michigan Law School at Ann Arbor, J.D., cum laude, 2009
Year of First Admission:
2009
Admission:
2009, California
Birth Information:
1984
ISLN:
921965786

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Los Angeles, California

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