Kathryn R. Allen



Kathryn Allen supports clients in structuring, drafting and negotiating technology and intellectual property transactions and helps clients navigate privacy and cybersecurity laws and regulations. Kathryn supports clients by reviewing and negotiating information technology and intellectual property contracts (including SaaS, hosting, software license, and support and consulting services), drafting and negotiating master service agreements and other commercial agreements, and drafting privacy policies and terms of use. Kathryn also supports the IP, IT, cybersecurity and privacy aspects of M&A, private equity and financing transactions. Additionally, companies that handle sensitive consumer information rely on her to help them prepare for and respond to — and implement systems designed to prevent — data breaches and other incidents. She works to inform clients on compliance standards emerging from the latest privacy and cybersecurity laws, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

Prior Experience

Before joining Faegre Drinker, Kathryn was a data privacy and cybersecurity associate at a Milwaukee-based law firm.

Personal Interests

A member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, Kathryn is active in the indigenous and Native American communities. She served as president of the Indigenous Law Students Association at University of Wisconsin Law School and was a member of the Native American Indigenous Student Organization as an undergraduate.


Bar Admissions



Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US)


University of Wisconsin Law School
J.D. (2016)

Michigan State University
B.A. in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy, with honors (2013)

Leadership & Community

Civic Activities

  • PEOPLES Program — Legal instructor for high school students interested in law
  • Spotted Eagle, Inc. — Director, 2017-18
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