Kathryn C. Cole Has Been Elected as a New York Bar Foundation Fellow

March 04, 2019

Farrell Fritz is pleased to announce that Kathryn (Katy) C. Cole has been named a Fellow of The New York Bar Foundation.

Katy, a resident of Garden City, New York, is a partner in the firm’s commercial litigation practice group. She earned her J.D., magna cum laude, from St. John’s University School of Law and her B.A. from Colgate University. She is the founder of, and sole contributor to Farrell Fritz’s All About eDiscovery blog.

Fellows are nominated by peers and recognized for distinguished achievement, dedication to the legal profession, and commitment to the organized bar and service to the public. “Being a Fellow of The New York Bar Foundation is an honor,” states Chair of that Fellows, Emily F. Franchina. “Fellows represent one percent of the New York State Bar Association membership. Being nominated and elected is a notable achievement.”

As Foundation ambassadors, Fellows exemplify the spirit of caring and sharing by demonstrating their belief that the practice of law is a helping profession. For more information regarding the Fellows or The New York Bar Foundation visit www.tnybf.org.

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