Kaitlin D. Corey
A migrant from Frederick, Kaitlin graduated from the University of Delaware in 3 years (no, she did not earn an associate degree) with 2 majors, and landed at the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she immersed herself in intellectual property and tax law. In fact, Kaitlin graduated only a few classes short of meeting the requirements for the LL.M. (Tax) degree.
Admitted to the Maryland Bar in 2016, she has handled deftly whatever the firm has asked of her, whether trademark litigation, the purchase of a multi-million dollar business or discrete tax controversy work. Maybe working directly with Jim during her years in law school made her obsessive? Compulsive? Kaitlin says 3 years with Jim should be measured in dog years – feels like twenty-one.
Her activities show that Kaitlin wants to be involved in the community and leave her mark. She serves as General Counsel for the Annapolis Police Foundation, Chair of the Intellectual Property Section of the Maryland State Bar Association, is Co-Chair of the Playworks Maryland Young Professionals Board, a Dean of the Lawyers’ Campaign for CollegeBound and a participant on various committees of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section.
When she is not at the office, at an event, or spending time with her young children and husband, Kaitlin might be found delivering a seminar or a class lecture. Kaitlin speaks regularly on copyright and trademark law and is an adjunct professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she co-teaches Trademarks and Unfair Competition Law with Jim. Did we mention when she took this class as a student she scored the highest grade in the class?
Kaitlin is as tough as D-2 steel, and soft as cashmere. She is more than fit for this position; smart, tough and nice.