Katherine LaRosa graduated cum laude from Chicago-Kent College of Law, where she was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society, Editor-in-Chief for the Seventh Circuit Review, and President of the Chicago-Kent American Constitution Society student chapter. She also was inducted into the Chicago-Kent College of Law Bar and Gavel Society for students who have distinguished themselves through their outstanding service to the law school, the community, and the legal profession. Ms. LaRosa received CALI Awards for Legal Writing II, Complex Litigation, and Securities Regulation. She received the award for Best Advocate at the 2017 William H. McGee Civil Rights Moot Court Competition. During law school, Ms. LaRosa was a PILI Intern for the Chicago Medical-Legal Partnership for Children where she helped advocate for special education students in Chicago Public Schools. Ms. LaRosa also externed for the Honorable Robert E. Gordon of the Illinois Appellate Court, and was a summer associate at Hodges, Loizzi. She received her Masters of Art and Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Radford University, in Radford Virginia. When not practicing law, Ms. LaRosa is an avid reader and likes to spend time with her beagle, Marv. She practices in all areas of municipal and school law.