Kathryn Isted focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation. In addition, she has experience in pharmaceutical and medical device products liability litigation and medical malpractice defense litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Isted worked as an associate in the Atlanta office of an international law firm. While attending law school, Ms. Isted was a member of the Florida State Law Review and served as the Article & Notes Editor for the Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law.
In 2016, the Georgia Asylum & Immigration Network (GAIN) honored Ms. Isted with the "Volunteer of the Year Award" for contributing more than 90 hours of representation in asylum, trafficking, and U-Visa matters and the positive impact she has made in the lives of GAIN's vulnerable clients – victims of violent crime, trafficking, and persecution.
Florida State University College of Law, J.D. (2009) magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
Florida State University, B.S., Psychology (2004) summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
Georgia Supreme Court (2010)
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia (2010)
Atlanta Bar Association, Member
Georgia Association for Women Lawyers, Member
Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN), Board of Directors, Member
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