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Kourtney A. Greenfield

Ms. Greenfield provides litigation support and consultation regarding corporate and employment-related matters. Ms. Greenfield also has experience in various areas of employment litigation, including discrimination and harassment complaints. Clerkships: 

  • Hon. William J. Riley, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, Law Clerk, 2007-2009
  • Hon. Gary A. Fenner, U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri, Law Clerk, 2005-2007


Practice Areas:


  • Creighton University School of Law, Omaha, Nebraska, 2005, J.D., magna cum laude
  • University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 2002, Master of Fine Arts, summa cum laude
  • University of Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska, 2000, Bachelor of Fine Arts, summa cum laude

Professional Associations:

  • Nebraska State Bar Association

Awards and Recognition:

    • Nebraska State Bar Foundation Silver Quill Award for Legal Writing
    • Creighton University School of Law
      • CALI Excellence for the Future Award-Constitutional Law I
      • CALI Excellence for the Future Award-Legal Writing I
      • CALI Excellence for the Future Award-Legal Writing II
      • CALI Excellence for the Future Award-First Amendment
      • CALI Excellence for the Furure Award-Witness Examination Skills
    • Recipient of the G. Robert Muchemore Foundation Merit Scholarship
    • Recipient of the James Koley Scholarship for Excellence in Constitutional Law



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Bar Admissions:
Nebraska, 2007
Missouri, 2005
U. S. Court of Appeals 8th Circuit, 2009