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Kathryn L. Conway Named to Chicago Daily Law Bulletin 40 Under Forty

On Behalf of | Oct 3, 2019 | Firm News, Kathryn L. Conway

Power Rogers is pleased to announce that Attorney Kathryn L. Conway has been named to the 2019 edition of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin 40 Under Forty, an annual listing featuring the best young lawyers in Illinois.

Now in its 20th year, 40 Under Forty is compiled through exhaustive evaluations into attorneys recognized for their intelligence, passion, success, and determination in one of the most important and demanding professions. The Bulletin’s spotlight article on Kate speaks to some of her many successes, including a recent $6.45M settlement in a complex wrongful death hospital negligence case, and a $4.6M malpractice verdict obtained alongside Partner Larry Rogers. The article also quotes a number of colleagues who’ve seen Kate’s work in action, and can attest to her preparation, tenacity, and professionalism.

Kate’s selection is a tremendous honor; the Law Bulletin received more than 1,500 nominations for talented young attorneys across the state this year. It says a great deal about Kate’s unwavering dedication to her clients, and her passion for advocating on behalf of injured victims, patients, and families during their times of need.

“I am beyond fortunate to work with and learn from the best attorneys, and for the most deserving clients.”

Read the 2019 40 Under Forty e-dition here.

About Kathryn L. Conway

Kathryn L. Conway joined the Power Rogers team in 2011, and has had a marked impact on the lives of clients who’ve suffered due to the negligent and wrongful acts of others in complex cases involving medical negligence, motor vehicle accidents, and premises and product liability, among other serious injury and wrongful death matters.

In addition to her latest selection as one of the state’s top 40 lawyers under the age of 40, Kate has been named to the Illinois Super Lawyers list of Rising Stars each year since 2014, and will soon become the youngest President of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois when she assumes her post in 2020.

Congratulations Kate!