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Kalynne is an associate in the Cleveland office developing her practice in the Litigation, Insurance Recovery and Labor and Employment practice groups.

Kalynne previously worked as a Summer Associate at Brouse where she wrote legal memoranda on complex legal issues and completed drafts of motions and trial briefs containing complex legal issues. Prior to joining the firm, Kalynne worked as a Law Clerk in the Prosecutor’s Office for the City of Cleveland Department of Law where she drafted a variety of legal documents, researched and analyzed complex legal issues and also had active courtroom participation.

While earning her JD, Kalynne served as the Managing Editor for the Cleveland State Law Review, a member of the Cleveland-Marshall Trial Team, Student Representative of the Academic Standards Committee and Treasurer of the Black Law Students Association. She also received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Civil Litigation Clinic and published a Student Note in 2017 titled, In the “Best Interests” of the Disabled: Legislating Morality and the Power to Initiate Support Orders For Disabled Adults in Ohio, 65 CLEVE ST. L. REV. 455
  • Biography
    Kalynne is an associate in the Cleveland office developing her practice in the Litigation, Insurance Recovery and Labor and Employment practice groups.

    Kalynne previously worked as a Summer Associate at Brouse where she wrote legal memoranda on complex legal issues and completed drafts of motions and trial briefs containing complex legal issues. Prior to joining the firm, Kalynne worked as a Law Clerk in the Prosecutor’s Office for the City of Cleveland Department of Law where she drafted a variety of legal documents, researched and analyzed complex legal issues and also had active courtroom participation.

    While earning her JD, Kalynne served as the Managing Editor for the Cleveland State Law Review, a member of the Cleveland-Marshall Trial Team, Student Representative of the Academic Standards Committee and Treasurer of the Black Law Students Association. She also received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Civil Litigation Clinic and published a Student Note in 2017 titled, In the “Best Interests” of the Disabled: Legislating Morality and the Power to Initiate Support Orders For Disabled Adults in Ohio, 65 CLEVE ST. L. REV. 455
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