Katherine Acosta

Associate

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Kate Acosta is a trial lawyer and focuses her practice on complex business litigation, with a specialty in employment disputes. She is results-driven, pragmatic, and dedicated to providing her clients with the highest level of service.

Kate served as a judicial extern for then U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon Honorable Chief Judge Ann Aiken, while in law school. As a law student, Kate clerked for the Oregon Department of Justice’s Special Litigation Unit where she assisted with specialized cases, including high-profile constitutional challenges, complex regulatory cases, and environmental litigation.

Kate graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School, where she was a Managing Editor of the Environmental Law Journal, and a Negotiation Moot Court regional team member. She earned a master’s degree in sociology from Northeastern University in Boston and received her undergraduate degree in Sociology from Whitman College in Washington State.

Katherine Acosta

Associate

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Kate Acosta is a trial lawyer and focuses her practice on complex business litigation, with a specialty in employment disputes. She is results-driven, pragmatic, and dedicated to providing her clients with the highest level of service.

Kate served as a judicial extern for then U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon Honorable Chief Judge Ann Aiken, while in law school. As a law student, Kate clerked for the Oregon Department of Justice’s Special Litigation Unit where she assisted with specialized cases, including high-profile constitutional challenges, complex regulatory cases, and environmental litigation.

Kate graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School, where she was a Managing Editor of the Environmental Law Journal, and a Negotiation Moot Court regional team member. She earned a master’s degree in sociology from Northeastern University in Boston and received her undergraduate degree in Sociology from Whitman College in Washington State.