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Katherine Alteneder

Consulting Senior Strategic Advisor
Self-Represented Litigation Network
Washington DC
Katherine Alteneder is the consulting senior strategic advisor to the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN), a diverse network of innovative justice system professionals and allies seeking to make courts better for people without lawyers. Before joining SRLN, Katherine spent her career in Alaska, initially as a trial court law clerk and then as a legal aid lawyer. In 2001, Katherine joined the Alaska Court System to serve as the founding director of the nation’s first comprehensive phone and internet-based court self-help center. In 2008, Katherine established a successful unbundled practice and founded the first Unbundled Law Section of a state bar. In 2019, Katherine received the Distinguished Service Award from the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) for her contributions in improving access to justice in the state courts. She sits on numerous advisory bodies, including the Advisory Committee for Voices for Civil Justice, and is the senior advisor to the NCSC Justice for All Project. She is also a non-resident senior fellow at the Georgetown Institute for Technology Law and Policy. A graduate of Northwestern University and Seattle University School of Law, Katherine is admitted to practice in Alaska, Washington state (inactive), the U.S. District Court for Alaska, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. She resides in Virginia.