Kate Westfall Inducted into Harvard’s Varsity Club Hall of Fame

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Attorney Kathryn Westfall is a Hall-of-Fame athlete after being selected to Harvard University’s Varsity Club Class of 2019. Harvard made the announcement after the induction ceremony in October and posted a highlight video of Westfall’s storied collegiate soccer career.

Westfall graduated from Harvard in 2004. During her collegiate years, she led Harvard’s women's soccer team to back-to-back NCAA tournament appearances. Her other accomplishments include being named a Division I All-American in 2001 and voted as Ivy League Rookie of the Year in 2000. Westfall was also selected as a 4-time All-Ivy League first team member and ranks second in career assists for Harvard women’s soccer.

As an attorney at Reinhart, Westfall is a member of the Corporate Law practice where she focuses on private equity deals, as well as matters related to the firm’s technology and emerging business practices.

“Kate is as talented and committed a lawyer as she is an athlete. She is the consummate teammate—she brings leadership, passion and competitiveness to the office every day,” said Larry Burnett, co-chair of Reinhart’s Corporate Law practice.

Westfall is also actively engaged in the community. She currently sits on the board of Susan G. Komen Wisconsin.


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