Kathleen E. Splett
Kathleen represents individuals and businesses in tax controversies involving the IRS, Minnesota Department of Revenue, and Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.
Kathleen attended law school at the William Mitchell College of Law, focusing her studies on tax and business law. During law school, Kathleen received the Cali Award for the highest grade in her Income Tax Law class and completed an externship at the IRS Chief Counsel’s Office. After graduation, Kathleen served as an inaugural clerk at the Minnesota Tax Court. As a judicial law clerk, Kathleen gained significant insight to the judicial process.
As an undergraduate at the University of Minnesota, Kathleen studied literature and finance. She is a member of the Hennepin County Bar Association Book and Tennis Clubs and the organizer of the HCBA Running Club. Kathleen enjoys mentoring and reaching out to the community, and has served as a Mitchell Mentor, Page Education Foundation Mentor, and William Mitchell Tax Moot Court judge.
- J.D. 2013 William Mitchell College of Law
- B.A. 2007 University of Minnesota
- Minnesota State Bar Association, Tax Section
- Hennepin County Bar Association, Tax Section
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit
- U.S. Tax Court
- U.S. Court of Federal Claims
- U.S. District Court for Minnesota
- Minnesota Supreme Court
- Minnesota Tax Court
PROFESSIONAL VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES
- William Mitchell College of Law Attorney Mentor (2013 – Present)
PUBLICATIONS & SEMINARS
- Judicial Mediation, Minnesota County Attorneys Association Annual Meeting (2014)
KATHLEEN’S ACTIVITIES AND RECENT POSTS