Power Rogers Associate Kathryn L. Conway was recently profiled by Emerging Lawyers Magazine!
In addition to being named to the Emerging Lawyers 2020 list – a distinction held by just 2.5% of all practicing attorneys in Illinois – Emerging Lawyers dedicated a multi-page article to highlighting Kate’s impressive career and achievements.
A Talented Trial Lawyer With a Passion for Advocacy
A nationally recognized Civil Trial Attorney who has secured millions in compensation for injured victims and families, Kate has exemplified what it means to be a passionate advocate. As noted in the article, Kate’s passion for law became clear after spending time on a Judge’s political campaign, working for then-Presidential Candidate Barack Obama’s campaign, and clerking at a local law firm.
While attending Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Kate had the opportunity to work as a law clerk for Power Rogers. She was later hired as an associate after earning her law degree in 2011 and has remained an invaluable part of our legal team.
As our team can attest, Kate is a talented trial attorney known for her unwavering work ethic, as well as her ability to take on complex cases and secure significant recoveries for injured and wronged clients.
In addition to advocating for clients in the courtroom, Kate has also devoted herself to a number of professional and community advocacy efforts – including her role as a Board Member for Chicago Jesuit Academy, a non-profit middle school on Chicago’s west side, and Sarah’s Inn, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of domestic violence victims. She currently serves on Loyola’s Board of Governors, and come June 2020, will be installed as President of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois as the youngest woman in the Association’s 105-year history to lead the organization.
Our entire team at Power Rogers congratulates Kate on her latest recognition – we believe it is a well-deserved honor that speaks to her proven record of success, reputation, and unrelenting commitment to the clients we serve during times of need. Read more about Kathryn L. Conway, or contact us.