Kathryn H. Pawlick


Kathryn Pawlick joined Fetherston Edmonds, LLP as an associate attorney in 2018 after her clerkship with the firm as a third year law student. Kathryn earned her law degree from Willamette University College of Law, where she served as the Symposium Editor for the Willamette Law Review and the Articles Editor for the Willamette Environmental Law Journal.

During her time in law school, Kathryn clerked at Sponsors Organized to Assist Refugees (SOAR), served as a research assistant for Professor Gwynne Skinner on the subject of expanding personal jurisdiction over transnational corporations under the Alien Torts Act and other federal causes of action, worked in the law school’s immigration and human rights clinic drafting asylum applications and appellate briefs, and participated in other extracurricular service organizations.

Kathryn earned her Bachelors of Arts in Art History from Willamette University, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Before going to law school, Kathryn worked in Seattle at the University of Washington and Seattle Central College in their international education programs.

A native of Idaho, Kathryn enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.

Kathryn H. Pawlick


Kathryn Pawlick joined Fetherston Edmonds, LLP as an associate attorney in 2018 after her clerkship with the firm as a third year law student. Kathryn earned her law degree from Willamette University College of Law, where she served as the Symposium Editor for the Willamette Law Review and the Articles Editor for the Willamette Environmental Law Journal.

During her time in law school, Kathryn clerked at Sponsors Organized to Assist Refugees (SOAR), served as a research assistant for Professor Gwynne Skinner on the subject of expanding personal jurisdiction over transnational corporations under the Alien Torts Act and other federal causes of action, worked in the law school’s immigration and human rights clinic drafting asylum applications and appellate briefs, and participated in other extracurricular service organizations.

Kathryn earned her Bachelors of Arts in Art History from Willamette University, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Before going to law school, Kathryn worked in Seattle at the University of Washington and Seattle Central College in their international education programs.

A native of Idaho, Kathryn enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.

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