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Kaytlin L. Roholt (Katie)


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  • University of Pennsylvania (J.D. 2014; Executive Editor, The University of Pennsylvania Law Review; Lipman Redman Prize for Best Appellate Brief in the First-Year Class; Master of Bioethics 2014); University of Scranton (B.A. in English Literature and Theology and Religious Studies summa cum laude 2011)

Bar Admissions

  • District of Columbia, New York, and U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia


  • Law Clerk to Judge Richard J. Leon, U.S. District Court, District of Columbia (2017-2018) and to Judge Steven M. Colloton, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit (2014-2015); legal intern to Judge Jerry E. Smith, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit (2012)

Government Service

  • Special Counsel to the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee for the Nomination of Justice Neil M. Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court (2017)

Katie Roholt represents commercial clients, government entities, and individuals in civil and criminal matters. Her practice primarily consists of developing case strategy at the trial and appellate levels, researching and briefing legal issues, and conducting motions practice. Katie represents clients in a variety of industries, including several telecommunications companies seeking to develop and deploy new technologies.

In addition to her litigation work, Katie provides strategic planning and regulatory compliance advice to companies seeking to navigate the complex U.S. regulations that impact domestic and international industries. She represents clients in rulemakings and consultations before regulatory authorities, often seeking to eliminate the regulatory barriers to industry innovation. Katie also represents and advises campaigns, individuals, corporations, and political vendors on political and election law issues.

Katie maintains an active pro bono practice that includes representation of indigent plaintiffs and defendants. As part of this practice, she has successfully protected a Ten Commandments monument and a Peace Cross War Memorial from two Establishment Clause challenges in federal trial and appellate courts.

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