Kathryn Kaleth has joined Dawda Mann’s growing team of attorneys. She will serve as an associate, focusing her practice primarily in the areas of real estate, business transactions and environmental law.
Kaleth received her J.D. from Wayne State University Law School in 2019 and her B.A. from Michigan State University in 2016, majoring in Environmental Studies and Sustainability with a minor in Conservation, Recreation, and Environmental Law Enforcement. While in law school, she served on the board of the Journal of Law in Society as a Senior Note Editor along with competing in two outside competitions as a senior member of the Moot Court team.
Additionally, during her time at Wayne Law she worked as a Student Attorney with the Transnational Environmental Law Clinic. Her responsibilities included tracking statewide compliance with requirements set by the federal coal combustion residue rules, contributing to an Amicus Brief submitted to the Michigan Supreme Court, and conducting complex legal research into a variety of environmental law and property related issues.
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