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Kaitlyn A. Morin

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  • Grand Rapids

    t. +1.616.752.2794

    f. +1.616.222.2794

Biography

Katie Morin is a litigator who focuses her practice on commercial and criminal litigation.  She knows litigation can be stressful and strives to put her clients at ease by guiding them through the process as painlessly and efficiently as possible.  Her penchant for details means she is prepared for all of the twists and turns of complex litigation.

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Education

  • Wayne State University J.D. 2014 cum laude
  • Grand Valley State University B.B.A. 2011 cum laude

Admitted

  • 2014, Michigan

Clerk Experience

  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan, Honorable Gerald Rosen, Judicial Intern

Bar Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • State Bar of Michigan
  • Grand Rapids Bar Association

Experience

  • Conducted extensive research as part of legal team representing the Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority in connection with the $2.5 billion international bridge project, consisting of the acquisition and development of the U.S. Federal Plaza on the Michigan side of the Gordie Howe International Bridge
  • Routinely represents corporate clients through each stage of litigation including drafting pleadings, drafting and responding to discovery requests, taking depositions, motion practice, and successful settlement of litigation
  • Represented companies in cases involving contract disputes, including successfully arguing dispositive motion in breach of contract action
  • Provided significant research and drafting assistance as part of a team seeking contractual indemnity for large corporate client in an out of state personal injury action

Honors & Awards

  • Order of the Coif
  • Associate Editor, Wayne Law Review
  • Moot Court National Team Brief Writer
  • Dean’s Scholarship recipient
  • Norman I. Leemon Endowed Scholarship Recipient for Outstanding Achievement in Land Use
  • John W. Reed Endowed Scholarship Recipient for Academic Excellence and Professionalism

Publications

  • Protecting Our Students: The Need for Audiovisual Monitoring in Special Needs Classrooms, 60 Wayne L. Rev. 241 (2014)

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