Kathleen Kline is an associate in the firm's Seattle office who focuses her practice on employment litigation and general litigation. Prior to joining Fisher Phillips, Kathleen served as a law clerk to the Honorable Ann Schindler of the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division I. She received her bachelor’s degree in History and English from Seattle University and her law degree from the University of Washington School of Law. While in law school, Kathleen served as the Chief Managing Editor of the Washington Law Review, President of Street Youth Legal Advocates of Washington (SYLAW), and successfully worked to exonerate wrongfully convicted prisoners as a member of the Innocence Project Clinic Northwest. In her free time, Kathleen enjoys volunteering with the United Way of King County’s Free Tax Campaign and at the Country Doctor Legal Clinic.
Honors & Leadership
- Member, Washington State Bar Association, New Lawyer Liaison for the Civil Rights Section
- Member, King County Bar Association, Country Doctor Legal Clinic Volunteer
- Michael & Alexander joins national labor and employment specialty firm2.12.18
- University of Washington School of LawJ.D., with high honors
- Seattle University
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington