Kate Wurmfeld, Supervising Attorney, Matrimonial & Family Law

Kate is a supervising attorney for Matrimonial and Family Law at NYLAG. She is responsible for providing legal services and direct representation for victims of domestic violence in divorce, custody, orders of protection, support and immigration matters. In addition to providing direct legal services, Kate also provides supervision to newly admitted attorneys and law student interns, teaches seminar classes as part of NYLAG’s Domestic Violence Clinical Center (DVCC) and provides trainings for outside law firms. She also serves as a co-chair for the Lawyers Committee Against Domestic Violence where she is active in planning the annual Fordham Forum on Domestic Violence, as well as other professional trainings throughout the year, and promoting legislative and policy initiatives impacting survivors of domestic violence. Prior to attending law school, Kate was a volunteer at NYLAG and then returned as an intern in the DVCC, further solidifying her commitment to working with survivors of intimate partner violence. Kate graduated from Seton Hall Law School in 2005 and went to work for Proskauer Rose in their labor and employment practice before returning to NYLAG in 2008.