A. Kathryn Fox

2033 North Main Street
Suite 1000
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Tel: 925.933.9000
Fax: 925.933.1926
kfox@foxandbank.com

Education

  • JD, Magna Cum Laude, University of San Francisco, 1986
  • BA, Summa Cum Laude, Dominican University, 1982

Admissions

  • Certified Specialist in Family Law, State Bar of California, since 1999
  • Licensed to Practice Law, California, 1986

PUBLICATIONS AND LECTURES

Co-Author, "Don’t Worry—Be Careful: Liability Issues in the Drafting and Reviewing of Premarital Agreements," Contra Costa Lawyer, Vol. 13, No. 5, pp. 16-21, May 2000.

Author, "Toward a Constitutional Determination of Residency for California Income Tax Purposes," 20 U.S.F.L. Rev. 289 (1986).

Panelist, AAML Northern California Chapter Symposium: Is Spousal Support Reform on the Horizon?, May 2013

Panelist, Continuing Education of the Bar Seminar: Crossover Issues in Estate Planning and Family Law, July 2010

Panelist, Contra Costa County Bar Association MCLE Spectacular: Trips and Traps of The Trial Scheduling Order, Nov. 2006

Panelist, AAML Northern California Chapter Trial Practicum 2006: Trial Preparation

Lecturer, Contra Costa Family Law Training Seminar (sponsored by Bay Area Legal Aid), 2004-2009, 2012

  • Lecture to attorneys new to the practice of family law on an overview to marital property law.

University of San Francisco Mediation Clinic, 1996-1997

  • Participated with USF Law School and Alameda County Family Court Services in the planning and development of a mediation clinic for USF law students. Ms. Fox’s role included guest lecturing students on the issues of child and spousal support and assisting individuals with mediation issues.

Alameda County Financial Mediation Project, 1995-1997

  • Assisted the family court and family court judges by providing mediator services to pro per litigants involving financial issues, such as child support, spousal support and property and debt division.

Lecturer, Dominican University, 1996

  • Designed and taught a college course in Forensic Psychology. Course topics included the uses and abuses of psychological tests; jury selection; recovered memory syndrome; child custody evaluations; and competence and the insanity defense.

Lecturer, Street Law Program, 1985

  • Taught a course in “street law” to inner city high school students. Course topics included constitutional law, criminal law, and consumer and business law.

Guest Lecturer at various high schools and college classes.