Catharine McGlynn (“Kate”)


Catharine McGlynn (“Kate”)

Catharine (or “Kate”) represents and advises clients in a range of employment law matters including discrimination, sexual harrassement, contract disputes, retaliation, and executive compensation.

Catharine received her undergraduate degree from Arcadia University, in Glenside, Pennsylvania, where she majored in Political Science. She received her law degree from the University of Massachussetts School of Law, in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, where she was Notes Editor for the UMass Law Review, a member of the Philip C. Jessop Internation Moot Court team, and President of the Legal Assocation of Women. Catharine received the National Association of Women Lawyers’ Outstanding Law Student Award.

Catharine maintains memberships with the following organizations for attorneys: the San Diego County Bar Association; California Employment Lawyers Association, and the National Association of Women Lawyers.

Catharine was raised in North County San Diego and is active in the San Diego County community. Catharine is a volunteer with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and with the Renegade Aquatics Booster Club at youth swim meets around the county. In her spare time, Catharine enjoys traveling, swimming, and walks with her rescue dog, Fidget.