Kathryne Baldwin is an Associate at Wilke Fleury where her practice focuses on corporate and business law with a specific focus on litigation. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Philosophy of Science & Logic at California State University, Sacramento. While in college, Kathryne worked for her family’s Sacramento-based business, developing strong ties in the community and gaining a first-hand understanding of the operational issues facing corporations and businesses. Kathryne is a graduate of the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. During law school, Kathryne was a member of the nationally ranked McGeorge Mock Trial Competition Team and a semi-finalist finisher in the regional competition as a second year in 2015 and a finalist as a third year in 2016. Kathryne also served as a board member to the McGeorge Women’s Caucus organization during all three years of law school, her final year as President. Additionally, Kathryne was a member of the Federal Defender Clinic representing indigent clients charged with misdemeanors in federal court.
Licenses and Admissions
All courts of the State of California
United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern & Western Districts of California
Federal Court of Claims
Professional Involvement and Memberships
California State Bar: Young Lawyers Association, Member
American Bar Association: Young Lawyers Division, Member
Primerus: Young Lawyers Section, Member
Presentations and Publications
California Laws Now (Almost) Guaranteed for California ResidentsRead More
National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Guidance on Rules in Employee Handbooks: What You Need to KnowRead More
Kathryne has enjoyed horseback riding since she was nine years old and competes regularly in a variety of equestrian sports. Through hard work and dedication, Kathryne has received several National and Regional awards in both the United States and Canada as both a junior rider and as an adult competitor. Additionally, Kathryne volunteers at Project R.I.D.E., a non-profit for children with special needs - giving them the opportunity to work with and ride therapy horses, providing a way to improve physical, emotional and social functioning.