Kaitlyn Parker is the second Bryan Cave Concordance Fellow, working with Concordance Academy to address the legal needs of previously justice-involved individuals in order to ease reentry and reduce recidivism. She is also a member of the Class Action, Commercial Litigation, Intellectual Property and Products Liability Client Service Groups.

During law school, Ms. Parker was a member of the ALA Moot Court Competition Team and was a recipient of the Judge Robert G. Dowd, Sr. Appellate Advocacy Award. She also represented clients with the Saint Louis University School of Law Legal Clinic and was an intern with the Missouri State Public Defender. In addition, Ms. Parker worked on large scale civil litigation cases as a law clerk at a local plaintiff’s firm.

Prior to law school, Ms. Parker was a member of an alternative teaching licensure program, Urban Teachers, and taught at a Washington, D.C. charter school.



Civic Involvement & Honors

    • Missouri Lawyers Weekly Women’s Justice Awards, Leaders of Tomorrow Award, 2017
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