Kathleen M. Kulasza – Special Counsel


Juris Doctor: University of Virginia School of Law, 1979. Virginia Law Review.

Trial School: University of Virginia Trial Advocacy Institute, 1994.

A.B.: Summa Cum Laude, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., 1976.
Double Major: Philosophy and Government.

Honors: Alpha Sigma Nu, Phi Beta Kappa.

State of Colorado, 1979; United States District Court, District of Colorado, United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit.

Order of the Coif; Member of Executive Committee and Participant, Leadership Evergreen, 1997-2003; Community Representative, Evergreen Land Community Coalition, 2001; Accountability Committee Member; Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen, a Jefferson County Charter School and The Manning School, a Jefferson County Option School; Vice Chairman and Secretary, Evergreen Mountain School, an independent school; Citizen Representative (selected nationally), 41st Annual National Security Seminar of the United States Army War College.

Colorado Bar Association; First Judicial District Bar Association.

Ms. Kulasza’s practice emphasizes litigation support including research, excellent analytic and writing skills, witness preparation and taking of depositions, document review and drafting, coordination of discovery, and development and management of cases for trial. Her areas of expertise include construction defect, premises liability, products liability, and commercial contract disputes, and defense of attorneys.