Kathy Donalds

Kathy is a skilled litigation paralegal who has handled all types of commercial cases at the trial and appellate levels. For most of her career, Kathy has focused on complex business litigation. She has worked with clients across multiple industry sectors on a wide range of litigation matters and has participated in many jury trials at both the state and federal level. She has assisted on cases for Fortune 500 and international clients. She graduated with honors from the National Center for Paralegal Training.

Throughout her career, Kathy has leveraged technology to support client needs and has been extensively involved in the selection and implementation of litigation support solutions. Kathy has served as a consultant to clients and attorneys regarding project management, electronic discovery projects, and technology to improve efficiencies in the litigation process. She has broad experience assisting clients with complex e-discovery and forensic needs that arise from complex litigation. Kathy strives to use technology to increase efficiency and quality to obtain better outcomes for clients.

Kathy is a dedicated professional long known to provide unparalleled and timely service to firm clients. She has worked alongside attorneys on many complex and high-profile matters.

Kathy also serves the community by participating in fund raising events for charitable organizations; is a member of the State Bar of Texas, Paralegal Division and a Legacy member of COPS (Concerns of Police Survivors).

  • J.D., High Honors and Order of the Coif, The University of Texas School of Law, 2009
    • Student Clerk, Justice Nathan L. Hecht, Texas Supreme Court
    • Articles and Notes Editor, Texas International Law Journal
    • Research Assistant, Professor Stanley M. Johanson
  • M.P.A., Accounting, The University of Texas, 2005
  • B.B.A., The University of Texas, 2005