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Kathryn S. Crouss
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"As an attorney, the work I do is complex, but my imperative is simple, and it's always the same: I help people. Whether I am assisting a local business owner with employment policies, working with a family going through a divorce, or representing a victim of discrimination at work, I want to help. For all my clients, that means finding effective, meaningful, real-life solutions to problems. That's important to me."

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Massachusetts
  • Connecticut
  • U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts


  • Western New England University School of Law, Springfield, Massachusetts
    • J.D. – 2012
    • Honors: cum laude
    • Honors: Dean’s List
  • Allegheny College
    • B.A.
    • Major: Political Science

Awards, Achievements & Appointments

  • Certified Mediator
  • Trained in Collaborative Law
  • LAR Qualified Attorney (Limited Assistance Representation), Hampden County
  • Trained Conciliator for MA Probate & Family Courts
  • Recipient, CALI Awards for Excellence: Non-Profit Law, Spring 2011; Federal Litigation: Pension Rights, Fall 2011
  • Editor-in-Chief, Western New England Law Review, 2011-2012

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Board of Directors, Hampden County Bar Association, 2019-Present
  • Board of Directors, Community Legal Aid, 2019-Present
  • Adjunct Faculty Member, Bay Path University, 2015-Present
  • Classroom Reader, Link to Libraries, 2016-Present
  • Board of Directors, Treehouse Foundation, 2015-2016
  • Co-Chair, Law Review Advisory Committee, 2014-2015

Law:  Don’t Fall Into Common Traps: An Employer’s Obligations to Sick and Disabled Employees,
BusinessWest, May 6, 2014

The Bay State’s Personnel Records Law,
BusinessWest, November 4, 2013

Bullying in the Workplace,
BusinessWest, July 30, 2013

Law Review Note: Welcome to The Jungle: Salespeople and the Administrative Exemption to the Fair Labor Standards Act; published in Western New England Law Review, volume 34