May 10, 2021

Volume XI, Number 130

Kathryn Evans

Kathryn joined Katz, Marshall & Banks as a litigation fellow in September 2020.

Previously, she worked as an intern in the Immigration and Family Unit at Bronx Legal Services and then at the Gender Equality Law Center, where she worked on employment discrimination cases.

Kathryn graduated magna cum laude from New York University School of Law, where she was the Digital Executive Editor of the N.Y.U. Review of Law and Social Change and served on the board of the Identity Documents Project, which helps TGNCI (transgender, gender non-conforming and intersex) people update their IDs and obtain name changes.

She also participated in NYU’s Civil Litigation – Employment Law clinic, where she worked on discrimination and wage and hour cases with the Legal Aid Society of New York, and the LGBTQ Rights Externship where she worked at Lambda Legal. Finally, she was a research assistant to two different professors, where she helped update the LGBTQIA+ Discrimination chapter of the treatise Employment Discrimination Law and Litigation, and researched and tracked current Supreme Court cases for a podcast.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Kathryn Evans

Katz, Marshall & Banks Employment Law Practice Group is recognized by the National Law Review as a Go-To Thought Leader for their contributions focusing on litigation and legislation that protects employees from workplace discrimination. Katz, Marshall & Banks Employment Law Practice Group covers topics ranging from religious exemptions to nondiscrimination laws to potential conflicts between union protection and anti-discrimination laws provide employees not only current news on employment-related lawsuits and regulations but actionable analysis helpful to individuals assessing their own employment situation. Katz, Marshall & Banks Employment Law Practice Group’s most frequent thought leadership contributors to the NLR include Joseph E. Abboud, Kathryn Evans, Jolena Jeffrey, Marilyn Gabriela Robb,  Jessica L. Westerman and Carolyn Wheeler.

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