Konta & Georges P.C.
A Manhattan Law Firm Serving All Of New York City

Katherine Smith (Of Counsel)

Katherine "Katie" Smith has successfully litigated hundreds of federal cases in the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York and throughout the United States. Ms. Smith has focused her practice on civil rights and personal injury specializing in federal litigation and trial practice.

Prior to starting her own practice, Ms. Smith worked for the City of New York's Office Corporation Counsel in the Special Federal litigation division defending civil rights actions against the City and its employees. In the private sector, Ms. Smith has also litigated complex class actions, consumer fraud, corporate breach of contract cases, among other practice areas.

As a part of several trial teams, Ms. Smith secured clients millions of dollars in damages.

Since 2015, Ms. Smith has been selected as a New York Metro Super Lawyers Rising Star. The selection of Rising Stars® is made by an attorney-led research team that independently reviews the credentials of potential candidates and assigns points based on a set of evaluation criteria. Practicing lawyers are asked to nominate "attorneys who are 40 or under, or who have been practicing for 10 years or less." No more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in a geographical region are named to the Rising Stars® list.

Ms. Smith graduated at the top of her class from New York Law School in 2007, with distinctions in Moot Court and academics. In 2003 she graduated cum laude from Boston University.


J.D., New York Law School

B.S., Boston University

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

Federal District Courts for the Southern and Districts of New York
Courts of the State of New York

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