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undefinedKathryn A. Moorer

Senior Associate

(949) 477-5050

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Kathryn A. Moorer, a Charleston, South Carolina native, was admitted to the California Bar after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Chapman University School of Law in May 2010. While in law school, Ms. Moorer served as a Senior Notes Editor for the Chapman Law Review and worked as a research assistant to Professor Celestine McConville. She also held several internship positions while in law school ranging from client liaison at a small private firm to law clerk at a public interest firm.

Ms. Moorer joined Wright, Finlay & Zak in August 2010 and is now a seasoned senior associate with the firm, focused primarily on real estate litigation, including lender and servicer liability defense, wrongful foreclosure defense, California’s Homeowners Bill of Rights compliance disputes, fair debt collection practices/credit reporting defense, title disputes, habitability and landlord-tenant disputes, insurance disputes, bankruptcy adversary actions and appeals in both state and federal court. In addition, she has extensive experience handling consumer complaints filed with the California Department of Business Oversight and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Ms. Moorer ensures early evaluation of her cases in order to formulate the best strategy for resolution, whether that be through litigation or settlement, with client expectations in mind. She aims to provide her clients with quality, cost-effective legal services while maintaining clear lines of communication and works diligently to reach informal resolutions when possible, but has also successfully litigated hundreds of civil cases.


  • College of Charleston (B.S., Sociology, cum laude, 2007)
  • Chapman University School of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2010)

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