Katherine McNamara Feodoroff has been practicing law for over thirteen years, twelve specializing in municipal law. Having served as the Senior Assistant Solicitor for the seventh largest city in the Commonwealth, Kate has a breadth of knowledge and deep experience in areas including labor and employment disputes, labor negotiations, open meeting law and public records, licensing and code enforcement, contract negotiation and drafting and zoning and planning appeals. Kate’s broad experience has enabled her to provide quick and thoughtful advice to her clients on many topics routinely faced by municipalities.
Additionally, Kate has appeared frequently before the Housing Court, District Court, Land Court, Superior Court and U.S. District Court. Kate has also argued several times before the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Kate received her Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston College in Economics and German. She studied abroad in Frankfurt and Berlin, spending a year in Munich as an exchange student at the Ludwig Maximilian Universität.
- B.A., Boston College (Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts)
- J.D., Seton Hall University School of Law (Newark, New Jersey)