Kaitlyn Manley is a municipal and public entity law attorney that practices in the firm's Grand Rapids office.
Prior to joining Foster Swift as a summer associate in 2019, Kaitlyn clerked for the Honorable Judge Michael Theile where she recorded and documented court proceedings. Kaitlyn also interned for the U.S. House of Representatives.
Kaitlyn worked as a Pro Bono Volunteer for Access to Justice Commission for the Iowa Supreme Court where she researched the various methods states use to connect their citizens with affordable legal services and resources. She also interned at two Michigan firms from 2017-2018 where she researched Michigan statutes and case laws.
Kaitlyn graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law where she was awarded a Full Merit Scholarship. During her tenure, she served as a member of the Iowa Law Pro Bono Society and was a Research Assistant for the University of Iowa's Citizen Lawyer Program.
- Michigan Court of Appeals Holds Drone Surveillance a Search Under Fourth Amendment, Foster Swift Municipal Law News, November 18, 2021
- Court of Appeals Holds Nuisance Claims Must Be Brought within Six Years, Foster Swift Municipal Law News, March 8, 2021
News & Events
- Best Practices for Townships for Complying with ADA & Fair Housing Act, Michigan Townships Association Annual Conference, April 26, 2022
- New Virtual Program Addresses Legal Strategies for Women Business Leaders, Michigan Business Network, March 28, 2022
- Foster Swift Ushers in Three New Associates, December 17, 2020