Kath Rogers, Attorney at Law
Kath Rogers is a California licensed attorney with experience handling a wide variety of civil legal matters.
Kath received her Bachelor of Arts in History from University of California San Diego and her Juris Doctor degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she graduated in the top 4% of the class and was the inaugural recipient of the school’s social justice award (named in honor of Samuel Kossack '15).
In addition to her private legal practice, Kath is currently a Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law where she has taught Introduction To Climate Law and Policy. She has presented on legal topics in the United States, China, and Mexico.
Kath has been highly active in public interest and community organizations for over a decade. She currently serves as the chair of the Hillcrest Town Council, and was recently honored by the California Legislature for her dedication to serving the community. She was also the subject of a front-page profile in the San Diego Uptown News.
Kath and co-counsel Scott Dreher filed a constitutional class-action lawsuit against the City of San Diego on behalf of individuals who are homeless and who have been subject to police harassment (click here for the Complaint). Media coverage of the lawsuit includes stories in the Voice of San Diego, San Diego Union-Tribune, KPBS, CBS 8, and KUSI News, among others.
Kath puts her legal experience to work on behalf of clients and causes she believes in. Her areas of focus include Civil Rights, Environmental Law (including Environmental Justice & CEQA), Non-Profit Law, Animal Law, political organizing, homeless advocacy, class action lawsuits, and academic legal research and writing.
Contact Kath for a free consultation on your legal issue.
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