“Grounded in a commitment to excellence, I leverage my diverse background to prioritize our clients’ goals. I’m committed to combining professional expertise with genuine care to achieve exceptional outcomes for our clients.”

Kathryn joined Duke Holzman as an associate in 2023, following her graduation from the University at Buffalo School of Law.

Before embarking on her legal career, Kathryn served as a special education teacher for the Buffalo Public Schools, having earned her Master’s of Education from Canisius University and completing her undergraduate studies at Cornell University.

During her time in law school, Kathryn served as a Note and Comment Editor for the Buffalo Law Review as well as a Student Attorney for the Family Violence and Women’s Rights Clinic. Her commitment to trial advocacy was further demonstrated through her involvement in UB’s Trial Advocacy Program, where Kathryn competed nationally in trial competitions against law schools from all over the country.

At Duke Holzman, Kathryn’s diverse background has been an asset in addressing a wide array of civil litigation matters, ranging from handling contract disputes, first-party insurance coverage, construction litigation, to employment disputes and general business matters.


Commercial Construction, Insurance, Business Services

Organizations and Activities:

New York State Bar Association, Erie County Bar Association


State of New York


State University of New York At Buffalo Law School, J.D.

Canisius University, M.Ed.

Cornell University, B.S.