Kasey Wolder is originally from the Long Island, New York town of Wantagh. She received her undergraduate degree from SUNY Buffalo in 2012 with a pre-law degree and her Juris Doctor at the University of Dayton School of Law in 2017. Her education expanded beyond University as she interned at Legal Aid of Buffalo, the Montgomery County Public Defender’s Office in Ohio, and the Law Clinic at the University of Dayton School of Law in Ohio.
“I love helping people and I have always found the law to be very interesting. Being a lawyer allows me to experience both. The law is an almighty beast and, to most people, a very scary thing. But when you understand the law it becomes more of a protector. My passion lies in helping people find protection under the law,” Kasey says.
Kasey also has compassion for her clients, as evident in sharing this thought. “Our clients find themselves in a life-altering situation that they never expected or wished to be in. This proves to be a trying time for our clients. A personally injury law suit can be mentally and physically draining. I want to use my legal skills and knowledge to help take off some of the pressure our clients are facing.”
When Kasey is not championing for justice, she loves watching football and attending as many Bills games as possible. And tops on her list is spending time with her boyfriend and their big fluffy dog, Bowser.
- SUNY Buffalo (B.A.), 2012
- University of Dayton School of Law (J.D.), 2017
- New York State Bar Association
- Bar Association of Erie County
- Young Lawyers Committee of the Bar Association of Erie County