Insights: News Releases Katie King Named a 2019 Business Journal Law Influencer
WINSTON-SALEM (July 2) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Katie King was selected to an exclusive list of notable attorneys by American City Business Journals. Ms. King is an E-Discovery Of Counsel in the firm’s Winston-Salem office.
The Business Journal’s Influencers List highlights attorneys across the country who are driving business for their employers or clients. Ms. King is one of 100 attorneys selected as a 2019 law influencer.
The Triad Business Journal noted Ms. King’s leadership of a growing e-discovery team that has created dozens of local jobs.
“We congratulate Katie on this outstanding achievement,” said Steve Berlin, Managing Partner in the firm’s Winston-Salem office. “We love it when great work gets rewarded and this is a well-deserved honor.”
Ms. King is a graduate of Duke University, and earned her law degree at Emory University School of Law.
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