Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Names Karly Rodine Managing Partner of Dallas Office
Ms. Rodine Becomes First Woman to Lead the Dallas Office
DALLAS (March 8) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that it has named Karly Rodine as Managing Partner of the firm’s Dallas office. Ms. Rodine, the first woman to lead the Dallas office, joins four other women who are currently serving as Office Managing Partners for Kilpatrick Townsend. She succeeds Kirk Florence who served as Dallas Office Managing Partner since 2012. Mr. Florence will continue his practice with the firm in the areas of commercial and tort litigation including complex commercial litigation, product liability, commercial torts, environmental litigation, toxic torts, construction disputes, civil appeals and arbitration.
"I am honored and deeply grateful for the opportunity to serve as the Managing Partner of our Dallas office," said Karly Rodine. "Our team of attorneys and staff in Dallas is strong. We will continue to collaborate and partner with our clients to provide high-quality service. We thank Kirk for his distinguished & tireless service to the firm and the Dallas office. His leadership and guidance led us to a successful merger with Kilpatrick Townsend in 2015 and further established and positioned the firm as a leader in this dynamic city.”
Karly Rodine focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, real estate litigation and financial services. She represents a wide variety of clients in federal and state court litigation matters, and advises such clients in all facets of best practices and dispute resolution. Ms. Rodine has extensive experience leading litigation teams in both federal and state courts across the United States.
Ms. Rodine earned her J.D. from the Southern Methodist University School of Law and received her B.S. from Texas A&M University.
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