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Kate Sandlin
Kate Sandlin
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Kate Sandlin

Kate is a seasoned trial attorney who is passionate about presenting the most compelling case for her client.

Kate began her legal career as an assistant public defender in Atlanta, where she tried a wide variety of criminal cases. She has defended clients facing serious criminal charges including murder, violent felonies, and drug and theft offenses. Upon moving to Denver, Kate worked at a civil litigation defense firm representing public entities and associated individuals in complex matters at both the state and federal levels.

Kate loves teaching trial advocacy skills to practicing attorneys and law students. She has been a program director and faculty member in numerous trial and deposition programs for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. She also teaches at Emory Law School’s Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques and was a mock trial coach at Emory Law School for many years.

Kate graduated from Cornell University with a B.A. in psychology and a minor in law and society. After graduation, she moved to New York City and taught elementary school with Teach for America. Kate later attended Emory Law School where she earned awards for her trial advocacy skills. In her free time, Kate enjoys yoga, cooking, and hiking.