CCL welcomes Kathryn S. Minton as the firm’s new associate litigation counsel.  At CCL, Minton will represent plaintiffs in litigating a broad array of state and federal matters at both the trial and appellate level. 

Prior to joining CCL, Minton clerked for Supreme Court of Missouri Judge Paul C. Wilson.  Previously, Minton clerked for Court of Appeals for the Eastern District of Missouri Judge Kenneth M. Romines and worked as a solo practitioner for plaintiffs recovering breach of employer contract damages. 

Minton earned her Juris Doctor from Washington University School of Law, where she was a member of the National ABA Moot Court Team and a Cash Nickerson Fellow, and her Bachelor of Arts in German, with distinction, from the University of Virginia. 

During law school, Minton spent a summer clerking for United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit Judge Raymond W. Gruender and was a summer associate at the Legal Aid Board in Durban, South Africa.