Kathleen M. Prlich represents individuals injured by vaccines. Ms. Prlich’s prior experience includes entitlements, family law, and contracts, as well as assisting soldiers with the Staff Judge Advocate at Fort Ord in contracts and pro se family law as a civilian attorney, and as a staff attorney with the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia where she represented individuals in a variety of contexts, including family law, child support, civil protection orders, landlord/tenant law, SSI and Medicaid. Ms. Prlich also was an instructor at Dickinson School of Law where she taught legal method, research and writing and appellate advocacy, and worked as Assistant Corporation Counsel in Washington D.C. for the Community Development Division.
Ms. Prlich served a judicial clerkship for the Honorable Geoffrey M. Alprin at the District of Columbia Superior Court and has worked as a registered nurse in public health serving all age groups.
Ms. Prlich obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of San Diego, her Master’s degree in Religious Studies in Religion and Culture from the Catholic University of America, her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of San Diego, and an Associate’s degree in Nursing from Santa Fe Community College. She is a registered nurse and Board certified in gerontology.
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