Kate Mayer Mangan, an affiliated attorney with Montage Legal Group and owner of Mayer Mangan, A Professional Corporation, is a finalist for the San Diego Business Journal’s 2011 “Women Who Mean Business Awards.” The SDBJ “Women Who Mean Business Awards” is a program designed to recognize dynamic women business leaders and role models selected for their achievements and contributions to the San Diego companies and the community.
To read the full list of finalists, see page 41 of the San Diego Business Journal.
Kate will be recognized on November 17, 2011 along with some of San Diego’s most successful business women, including several successful females at San Diego law firms who have helped pave the way for all women in law:
- Karen Hernandez of Cooley, LLP
- Patricia Groff of Butz, Dunn & DeSantis
- Karolina Ericsson of Ericsson Law Group
- Linda Klinger of Klinger Law Center
- Lisa Martens of Fish & Richardson
- Arlene Prater of Best, Best & Krieger, LLP
- Cynthia Morgan of Higgs, Fletcher & Mack, LLP, and
- Nancy Spector
To sign up to attend this excellent event, visit the SDBJ website: http://www.sdbj.com/bizevents/.
Kate Mayer Mangan
Kate Mangan graduated summa cum laude from Pomona College, and was in the top 1% of her class at Georgetown University Law Center. At Georgetown, Kate was an executive editor of, and was published in, Georgetown Law Journal. After law school, Kate clerked for the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit from 2004-2005, and was a trial attorney for the United States Department of Justice in the Environmental Enforcement Section from 2005-2006. Kate previously practiced appellate law at Latham & Watkins San Diego office. Kate also founded the Appellate Legal Clinic at the University of San Diego School of Law. Kate started her own appellate practice and joined Montage Legal Group as a freelance attorney in 2011.