Katheryn M. Ogle
A native of West Virginia, she completed her undergraduate degrees in Special Education and Early Education at Glenville State College, graduated Magna Cum Laude, and was a member of the Women’s Golf team throughout college. Prior to practicing law, she taught special education in an alternative education setting.
During her time at the Appalachian School of Law, she was selected as a recipient of the Willard Owens award for outstanding work in the legal community, was a member of the trial advocacy team, and was the school representative for the American Bar Association where she was awarded the Bronze Key.
Recently, Katie was selected as a “Top 40 Under 40” Family Law attorney, and was named a “Rising Star” among SuperLawyers in the Southeast.
She is presently a member of the Knoxville Bar Association, where she serves on several committees, and has been a contributor to the Knoxville Bar Journal magazine, as well as the Tennessee Bar Association. She is the President of the Board of Directors for CASA of East Tennessee, which advocates for children who have been victims of abuse or neglect, and was previously a volunteer advocate for these children. She is also on the Board of Director’s for the Knoxville based Susannah’s House women’s organization, and serves on the Saints Circle at the Episcopal School of Knoxville.
Katie lives in Farragut with her husband, Nate, and their two children. When she isn’t practicing law, she enjoys traveling, trying new recipes in the kitchen, and reading fiction novels.
Areas of Practice:
- Juvenile Defense
- Family Law
- Adoption Law
- Appalachian School of Law, Juris Doctor Degree
- Glenville State College, Degrees in Early Education, Elementary Education, Special Education, Magna Cum Laude
Memberships and Associations:
- Kappa Delta Pi Educational Honor Society
- CASA of East Tennessee, Board of Directors
- Susannah’s House, Board of Directors
- Knoxville Bar Association
- Tennessee Bar Association