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Kathleen Fowler Monoc

Kathleen Fowler Monoc

Of Counsel

T (843) 300-6673
F (843) 300-6773
Overview

Katie Fowler Monoc is a creative problem-solver with experience participating in a variety of complex matters ranging from high stakes civil litigation to general counsel work.  She counsels clients on compliance and best practices, as well as advocating on behalf of clients throughout the litigation process including supplemental proceedings and appeals. She also has experience in political law, and she advised a gubernatorial campaign on legal matters and ethics compliance in the 2014 election cycle. Katie was honored to be selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers magazine - Rising Stars edition for general litigation in 2015 -2017. 

Katie graduated cum laude from Presbyterian College in 2002 and from the Charleston School of Law in 2009, where she served as Editor in Chief of the Charleston Law Review.  Prior to law school, Katie worked in the South Carolina General Assembly and on various political campaigns.

Listed in South Carolina Super Lawyers
Achievements
  • South Carolina Super Lawyers, Rising Stars Edition, Listed General Litigation (2015-2017)
  • Charleston Business Magazine's Legal Elite of the Lowcountry, Business Litigation, Government Affairs, Insurance (2017)
Thought Leadership

Published Works

  • Deceptive Voting Practices and Voter Intimidation in the Wake of United States v. Charleston County, 2 CHARLESTON L. REV. 733 (2008).
Community
  • Riley Diversity Fellow, The Riley Institute's Diversity Leadership Initiative
  • Executive Board, James L. Petigru Inn of Court (2014-2015) and current member of James L. Petigru Inn of Court
  • South Carolina Advisory Board, Jefferson Awards Foundation (2015)
  • Former Treasurer and Board Member, Center for Heirs' Property Preservation (2012-2013)
  • Member, Grace Episcopal Church
Education
  • Charleston School of Law, J.D., 2009
  • Presbyterian College, B.A., Political Science, Cum Laude, 2002
Admissions
  • South Carolina
  • United States District Court, District of South Carolina
  • United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
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