Kathryne (“Kate”) M. Morris Named 2018 Outstanding Mentor by the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
Clark Hill Strasburger congratulates Kate Morris who was honored as the recipient of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers’ Outstanding Mentor Award. The award was presented during the Dallas Bar Association’s Law Day Luncheon earlier this month.
This award is bestowed upon a Dallas lawyer who consistently demonstrates commitment to mentoring young lawyers. Kate has served as a mentor through the Dallas Bar Association’s Transition to Law Practice, the DAYL and Dallas Women Lawyers Association’s Women’s Mentoring Circles Program. Her involvement with mentoring began when she started practicing law in 2008 and enrolled as a mentee in the Transition to Law Practice Program, the DBA’s signature mentoring program. Since then, Kate has served in the program as a mentor and eventually as its Chair.
Kate is a privacy and technology lawyer and is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional—United States (CIPP/US) and Europe (CIPP/E) through the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She is a frequent speaker and writer on technology issues related to electronic discovery, data preservation, social media, and data privacy and security.
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