Katie Menard is committed to helping people harmed by allegedly defective medical devices, including women suffering from painful and serious injuries caused transvaginal mesh and pelvic mesh devices.
Katie initially joined Motley Rice as a law clerk in 2013, providing support to the medical device litigation team, including preparing motions, evaluating client records, and preparing for trials and settlements.
As a law student at Roger Williams University School of Law, Katie was a research assistant to Professor Kathleen Miller, a judicial extern for the Honorable Chief Justice Paul A. Suttell and an intern in the Special Prosecutions Division of the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office in New York. After graduation, she worked for the Rhode Island Supreme Court Law Clerk Department, where she served as the sole law clerk to the Honorable Stephen P. Nugent of the Rhode Island Superior Court. She was also a research assistant to Chief Justice Frank J. Williams (Ret.).
A magna cum laude graduate and scholarship recipient, Katie was recognized with the CALI Excellence award as the highest scoring student in Legal Methods I, Advanced Criminal Procedure and Private International Law. Additionally, she served as a member of the Roger Williams University Law Review and published two papers, The Impact of Pretrial Publicity on an Indigent Capital Defendant’s Due Process Right to a Jury Consultant and a survey of Rhode Island Law concerning City of East Providence v. Int’l Ass’n of Firefighters Local.
Recent Blog Posts
February 20, 2020
Breast implant safety called into question
by: Laura K. Stemkowski
August 19, 2019
FDA’s push for transparency long overdue
by: Fidelma L. Fitzpatrick
January 28, 2019
Looking ahead: Top five litigations to watch in 2019
by: Joseph F. Rice
February 14, 2020
Law360 names Motley Rice a 2019 Product Liability Practice Group of the Year
January 22, 2020
Motley Rice wins two “Elite Trial Lawyers” Firm of the Year categories
December 10, 2019
2020 “Best Law Firms” ranks Motley Rice