Katherine Cornell serves as an attorney at Blizzard Law, where she spends the majority of her time focusing on nationwide pharmaceutical mass torts and product liability cases, while also pursuing motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death, and personal injury claims on behalf of victims.
She received her Bachelor of Arts in Social Work at Grand Valley State University in 2009, and earned her Juris Doctorate from Michigan State University College of Law in 2012, where she received Dean’s List recognition. While in her home state of Michigan, she worked as a probation officer in the 59th District Court, served as a Law Clerk to Judge F. Kay Behm for The Probate Court For The County of Genesee, and as a Law Clerk for Judge Joseph J. Farah of the 7th Circuit Court. She also worked as a Law Clerk for over two years with Ada Legal Group, primarily focusing on constitutional law. Katherine worked as an associate at Tracey Law Firm for two years before joining Blizzard & Nabers in 2014.
Katherine serves as a volunteer for the American Red Cross, Rescue Pets Movement, and is a volunteer with JFK Elementary. Although originally from Michigan, Katherine has made Texas her home, where she lives with her dog, Harley.