Originally from Columbia, Missouri, Kathleen A. Reagan graduated from the University of Virginia in 1983 with a B.A. in English Literature.
In her third year, she attended Cambridge University, UK, specializing in English Literature and English Common Law.
Ms. Reagan received her Juris Doctorate from Tulane Law School in 1986 and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in that same year and to the U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts in 1987.
Ms. Reagan is a co-founder and vice president of QueryHorse LLC (www.queryhorse.com), a Website focused on all things horses.
Ms. Reagan worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Plymouth County, Massachusetts from 1986 to 1994, in the District and Superior Courts as Chief District Court Prosecutor and as Chief of the Family Protection Unit.
She also joined the firm of Lane, Lane and Kelly, Braintree, MA as an associate for three years and established her own practice in May 1, 2006.
Ms. Reagan has been a member of the faculty of Concord Law School since 2000, which is the country's first completely online institution to offer the Juris Doctorate degree.
She has held the position of Associate Dean of Students, and currently teaches as a professor at Concord Law School teaching Criminal Procedure, Professional Responsibility, Evidence, First Year Law, and is the director of the Clinical Studies program.
Ms. Reagan developed the nation's first online course in Equine Law.
Concord Law School is a subsidiary of Kaplan, Inc. and can be found at www.concord.kaplan.edu.
Ms. Reagan also teaches Equine Law and Business for Albany Law School as an adjunct professor.
Ms. Reagan has published several works, most recently the Massachusetts Victim Witness Training Manual, published in 2002 by the Massachusetts District Attorneys' Association.
She is a member of the Board of Directors for the American College of Equine Attorneys.
Ms. Reagan specializes in the practice of Equine Law, Family Law, Second Amendment and Firearms related matters, Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, and Agricultural Real Estate matters.