Katherine C. Cooper

Katherine C. Cooper: Attorney with Kellogg, Hansen, Todd, Figel & Frederick, P.L.L.C.



Co-Author, Predictable Materiality: A Need for Common Criteria Governing the Disclosure of Clinical Trial Results by Publicly-Traded Pharmaceutical Companies, 29 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol'y 201 (2013)

Co-Author, Deadly Experiments: Imposing Discipline on New, Untested Lethal Injection Protocols, Florida Defender (Spring 2014)

Co-Author, Summary of Fraud and Abuse Statutes & Regulations: North Carolina, The American Health Lawyers Association's Fraud and Abuse Practice Group (Aug. 21, 2014)

Author, Can I See Some ID? Banning Access to Cosmetic Breast Implant Surgery for Minors Under Eighteen, 27 J.L. & Health (2014)

Author, Injecting Caution: A Need for Enhanced State-Level Enforcement Tactics Targeting the Cosmetic Use of Liquid Silicone Products, 30 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol'y (2014)


Law Clerk, Judge Allyson K. Duncan, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit, 2014-2015

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
202.326.7946  Phone
202.326.7999  Fax
University Attended:
Duke University, B.A., 2007
Law School Attended:
Harvard Law School, J.D., magna cum laude, Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, Line Editor and Digest contributor, 2013
Year of First Admission:
2015, District of Columbia

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Washington, District of Columbia

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