Kia assists clients in environmental, real estate, and general business and corporate matters. She also navigates clients through environmental due diligence in mergers and acquisitions. Kia brings resourcefulness and energy to her work.
During law school, Kia worked as student attorney with the University of Michigan’s Environmental Law and Sustainability Clinic where she represented the National Wildlife Federation, its state affiliates, and other similar organizations. In this role she worked on a variety of matters including land use and zoning, water pollution control, natural resource management, and federal administrative law.
Prior to joining Koley Jessen, Kia was a summer clerk for the Honorable Judge Joseph F. Bataillon at the United States District Court for the District of Nebraska.
News & Publications
J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 2020
- Executive Editor, Michigan Journal of Law Reform, (2019-2020)
B.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln (summa cum laude)
- Political Science & French
- Phi Beta Kappa
- State of Nebraska (pending)