Katherine A. Caswell, Esq.

Katherine has worked in the legal field for over twenty years. She began her legal career as a federal court assistant in 2000, and became a nationally certified paralegal in 2007 shortly after obtaining her bachelor’s degree with honors from the University of Texas at Austin. Katherine worked for the Texas State Attorney General’s Office until she attended Baylor University’s School of Law in 2008. She completed the three-year graduate program in just two years.

In 2010 Katherine moved to Oahu, where she worked as a legal extern for Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald at the Hawaii Supreme Court.  In 2011, she worked with Motooka, Yamamoto and Revere, doing various types of civil transactional and litigation work, before accepting a position as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the City and County of Honolulu. She moved to Kauai the following year, and started her own law practice specializing in civil litigation, including small business and real estate matters. Most recently, Katherine has been putting her talents to use as a prosecutor for the County of Kauai.

Katherine has been admitted to practice before all Hawaii State Courts; the United States District Court, District of Hawaii and the United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. She is currently a member of the Kauai and Hawaii State Bar Associations.

Over the years, Katherine has volunteered at the Fifth Circuit Court’s Self-Help Center. She assisted with Kauai Teen Court and works as a volunteer mediator with Kauai Economic Opportunity. Katherine also works as a pro bono appellate attorney with the State of Hawaii’s Pro Bono Appellate Pilot Project. Katherine is very happy and excited to be starting the next phase of her legal career here at Kauai Estate Law on November 1, 2021.

Published on October 12, 2021 at 4:17 am  Comments Off on  
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