Attorney Kania obtained her undergraduate degree in English from the University of Connecticut and earned a Certificate in Paralegal Studies at the University of Washington, prior to attending law school. She graduated cum laude from the Florida State University College of Law in 2014. She served as an executive editor for the school’s Law Review and as an articles and notes editor for the Business Review. She was also a research assistant to two of her professors. Attorney Kania was admitted to the Connecticut Bar in 2014 and was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2016.
Attorney Kania joined Solimene & Secondo in 2016 as an associate. Prior to joining the firm, Attorney Kania spent a year at a plaintiffs’ personal injury and workers’ compensation practice. She also clerked at the civil and family division of the Connecticut Superior Courts in New Britain and Rockville, where she gained insight into the civil litigation process from the court’s perspective.
Since joining the firm, Attorney Kania’s practice has concentrated in the defense of tort claims involving premises liability, as well as Workers’ Compensation claims.