Kate Bjorklund is a business and commercial litigator representing clients in matters ranging from products liability, anti-trust, and contract claims to corporate internal investigations. Kate is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee member and maintains an active pro bono practice focusing on criminal expungements and reproductive rights issues.
Before joining Massey & Gail, Kate clerked on the Minnesota Supreme Court for the Honorable Natalie E. Hudson and the Honorable Margaret H. Chutich. She also worked in the Minneapolis office of Stinson LLP as a litigation associate and served as a volunteer law clerk at Gender Justice, where she conducted legal research and drafted briefs concerning Title VII, Title IX, and MHRA issues.
Kate graduated magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2019, where she was a student director in the Family Law Clinic and the Lead Managing Editor of Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice.
Prior to attending law school, Kate worked for three years in the non-profit sector. She worked as a Benefits Counselor at an AIDS Service Organization in Minnesota, ensuring that her clients could access and maintain health insurance. Before that, Kate served as the Communications Director at a student-organizing non-profit in San Francisco that raised funds to support the work of Partners In Health.