St. Louis, Missouri
314-345-2014 (direct line)
Kaitlin A. Bridges is a 2008 graduate of the University of Missouri School of Law, where she graduated with honors (cum laude and Order of the Coif) and served as Managing Editor of the Missouri Law Review. She also received the William H. Howard Legal Research and Writing Award.
Ms. Bridges completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Arkansas, graduating summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in finance. Prior to joining Gray, Ritter & Graham, she worked for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri as law clerk and research attorney for United States District Court Judge E. Richard Webber.
A member of the GRG agriculture litigation team that obtained the $1.51 billion Syngenta GMO corn settlement and the $750 million Bayer contaminated rice settlement, Ms. Bridges is listed in The Best Lawyers in America® for Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions Plaintiffs. She was named the Best Lawyers 2018 St. Louis Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions – Plaintiffs “Lawyer of the Year.”
She was also named a Rising Star by Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers magazine in 2018, 2017, 2016 and 2015, and a 2012 “Up and Coming Lawyer” by Missouri Lawyers Weekly.
Ms. Bridges was the 2015 recipient of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis’ John C. Shepherd Professionalism Award and the 2008 recipient of the “Leader of Tomorrow Award” at the St. Louis Daily Record Women’s Justice Awards. Ms. Bridges has volunteered with the Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis, and the International Institute of Saint Louis, serving as a citizenship literacy tutor for that organization.
Ms. Bridges was admitted to The Missouri Bar in 2008. Her primary practice is in the areas of complex business and commercial litigation as well as consumer and class action litigation.
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