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Katherine E. Owens practices commercial, real estate, and products liability litigation, representing a diverse array of clients including those in the manufacturing, automotive, and construction industries, as well as governmental entities. Ms. Owens is licensed in Texas, having graduated from Texas Tech University School of Law where she was vice-president of her law school class and Board of Barristers member, served as the Executive Comment Editor and board member of the Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal, and competed on three national mock trial teams.  Before joining Pope Hardwicke, Ms. Owens clerked for the Honorable Sharen Wilson, now Tarrant County’s elected District Attorney, worked for the Washington Legal Foundation in Washington, D.C., and practiced law at Shannon, Gracey, Ratliff, & Miller, L.L.P. as a litigation associate.

Admissions & Certifications

State Bar of Texas (2013)

Educational Background

Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D., 2013)
Texas Tech University (B.A., Spanish 2010) magna cum laude in honors studies

Language Skills

Fluent in Spanish

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

Tarrant County Bar Association

Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association

Elder B. Mahon Inn of Court, Associate (2014-15)

Honors & Recognitions

Top Attorney – Civil Litigation, Fort Worth, Texas Magazine (2015-16)

Publications & Presentations

“One Piece of the Puzzle: A Practitioner’s Guide to Autism-Specific Special Needs Trusts,” Texas Tech School of Law Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal, Vol. IV, May 2012, awarded Best Student Comment

Community Involvement

Alliance for Children’s Pinwheel Society, Steering Committee Member

Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge, Board Member

Polished Fort Worth, Liaison Coordinator

Personal Biography

Katherine was born and raised in Bedford, Texas, but now resides in Fort Worth. When she is not in the office or volunteering for various charitable organizations, you can find her enjoying the fun restaurants on Magnolia Avenue, practicing yoga, or planning her next trip to a National Park. Forever a Red Raider, she enjoys venturing back to Lubbock for football games and tailgating.

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