Her representative clients include water districts, developers, electric utilities, investors, chemical manufacturers, and paper companies.
Chambers 2010 says "she has an excellent reputation for her water law [experience]" and "excels in 'taking the lead—she's great at setting the agenda, and pulling everybody together.'" Kathy is frequently quoted in business and trade publications, including the Clean Water Report, Congressional Quarterly, American Lawyer, BNA's Environmental Compliance, the Christian Science Monitor, and BNA's Environmental Due Diligence Guide, among others.
Kathy served as a law clerk to the Hon. Glen M. Williams, US District Court, Western District of Virginia. She is admitted to practice in the US Supreme Court, US Courts of Appeals for the Ninth and Tenth Circuits, and the US District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York and of New Jersey. She is the founder and director of the Firm's Water Policy Institute, seeking innovative sustainable solutions to water supply and quality issues. She serves as Adjunct Professor at Pace Law School, where she co-teaches "International Environmental Law and Human Rights."