Kathleen P. Hyland represents consumers coping with auto fraud, mortgage fraud, debt collection issues, and student loan problems in individual cases and class actions. She has experience representing consumers against banks, debt collectors, student loan companies, loan servicers, mortgage companies, landlords, and many more. Kat is licensed to practice law in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Kat graduated cum laude from Fordham University with a B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy before earning her Master’s in Public Policy from The Johns Hopkins University, Institute for Policy Studies. Kat graduated cum laude from the University of Maryland School of Law, winning the Community Scholar Award for her work.
Kat has also worked as a budget policy analyst for the Maryland State Department of Budget and Management, where she evaluated and recommended funding for capital construction projects and grant and loan programs. She has also worked as a legal fellow for the Baltimore City Law Department and has interned for the New York State Supreme Court, New York State AFL-CIO, Transport Workers Union, AFL-CIO Department for Professional Employees, Legal Momentum, and the Baltimore City Circuit Court.
Kat currently serves on the Board of Directors and is Vice President of the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition, and Board Member of Guidewell Financial Solutions, and is an adjunct professor of Law Practice Management at the University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law.