• Angelo State University, Bachelors of Arts, Criminal Justice
  • Texas Tech University School of Law, Juris Doctor, Law
Practice Areas
  • Estate Planning
  • Probate Administration
  • Elder Law
  • District of Columbia
Associate Attorney

Kathryn Cunningham


Kathryn is an associate attorney at Kondori & Moorad, and primarily practices in the areas of estate planning, elder law, and probate administration. She was inspired by her parent’s careers in public service to obtain a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice at Angelo State University and spent her summers as an intern in several County and District Attorney’s offices across Texas. Her observation of attorneys and other legal professionals and their dedication to improve their communities motivated her to pursue a career in law.

While applying to law schools, Kathryn worked as a Legislative Aide in the 86th Regular Legislative Session of the Texas House of Representatives and gained invaluable experience in public relations. Kathryn attended Texas Tech University School of Law and participated in the Organization of Women Law Students. Kathryn also was selected to be a Staff and Comment Editor for the Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal, where she became a proficient legal writer and editor, as well as knowledgeable about estate planning and probate law. During and after completing her legal education, Kathryn served as Assistant Editor to Professor Gerry Beyer on the Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law Reporter for the Texas Bar, which allowed her to continue improving her editing ability and keep informed about changes and issues in estate planning and probate practice.

Kathryn grew up a “typical Texan” on a ranch in the scenic Texas Hill Country riding horses, raising livestock, and participating in a variety of 4-H and FFA activities. In her free time, Kathryn enjoys using the skills she learned from both sets of her grandparents to sew, garden, and bake. Kathryn also considers herself an amateur fashion historian, and is always searching for new historic garments to collect and sew for her 1940s inspired wardrobe.

Kathryn is currently admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia.