About Katelyn M. Burke, Esq.
Katelyn Burke is an attorney and the founder of Burke Law, PLLC. Katelyn received her law degree from Suffolk University Law School where she received a “Distinguished Oral Advocate” award. While a student, Katelyn worked as a law clerk at a Boston based law firm alongside attorneys handling personal injury and Social Security disability matters. It was there that the burning desire to represent injured and disabled people ignited.
After completing law school and passing the Massachusetts Bar Exam, Katelyn decided to take her advocacy skills nationwide by working at a national Social Security Disability advocacy group. There, Katelyn traveled the United States representing clients from Massachusetts to Alaska and was recognized for her outstanding client advocacy.
Eventually, Katelyn settled down at an established North Shore law firm where, in addition to managing the firm’s Social Security Disability law practice, she represented clients in negligence matters including motor vehicle collisions, slip and fall accidents, and dog bite cases.
Katelyn founded Burke Law, PLLC with the understanding that the best way to provide traditional legal services today is by keeping up with practice trends and taking a modern approach. That is why Katelyn uses evolving legal technology to improve the handling of matters and keep clients better informed regarding the status of their cases. It is also why she practices mindfulness techniques that allow her to be present and high-functioning in any situation. So, if you are looking for energetic representation that is not just sound, but also efficient, look no further.
University of Vermont, B.S.
Suffolk University Law School, J.D.
Admitted to the bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Additional Community Involvement
Katelyn sits on the Board of Directors of North Shore Pride, Inc. whose mission is to promote the general welfare and unity of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community within the North Shore, and to advocate for the acceptance of the members of the LGBTQ community by the broader North Shore community.