Kathleen Haggard represents local public agencies on a broad range of legal issues, including public works and construction, land use, employee discipline and discharge, and public records. Kathleen has conducted hundreds of workplace investigations of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, workplace misconduct, Title IX sexual assault/harassment, school bullying, and whistleblower retaliation claims. She is also a mediator who assists employers in resolving employee disputes before they escalate.
Kathleen graduated from the University of Washington School of Law in 1999, where she was a Managing Editor of the Washington Law Review. Prior to co-founding Haggard & Ganson, Kathleen worked for the Attorney General's Office, the City of Seattle, and a Seattle law firm specializing in local government.