Katherine  (Katie) Harrington

Associate, Litigation
Houston
2000 Wells Fargo Plaza
1000 Louisiana Street
Houston, Texas 77002
t 713.276.5098 f 713.276.6098
kharrington@gardere.com

Katie Harrington is an associate in Gardere’s litigation practice area, where she focuses her practice on energy litigation. She represents clients involved in complex litigation disputes and appellate matters, primarily in the energy, oil and gas and oilfield services industries. Katie is involved in all aspects of a case, including motion practice, written discovery, depositions, hearings, settlement negotiations, trials and appeals. She also counsels clients on general business matters, helping them to minimize risk and avoid litigation.

Katie brings to the table a unique expertise and insight by having served as a briefing attorney for Justice Ken Wise of the 14th Court of Appeals in Houston as an intern for Judge David Hittner of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. In addition to these roles and prior to joining Gardere, Katie also served as a law clerk for a Houston-based international oil company, where she became familiar with the environmental, contract and other issues that her energy clients face.    

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