Kara Rogers is a member of the litigation team at Burandt, Adamski, Feichthaler & Sanchez, PLLC. Kara focuses her practice on advocacy in a variety of civil cases ranging from commercial disputes to probate litigation.
Kara studied law at Stetson University College of Law. During her time at Stetson she became a Senior Associate on the Stetson Law Review and was selected to participate in Stetson's Honor's Program. She also joined Stetson's Dispute Resolution Board where she competed both nationally and internationally in negotiation, mediation, and arbitration competitions. She graduated summa cum laude in the top 1% of her class in 2017 and earned admission to the distinguished Order of Scribes and Order of Barristers for her accomplishments in legal writing and advocacy. In addition, she was the first student recipient of the Kelly Feeley Dispute Resolution Board Founder's Award for her contributions to the Dispute Resolution Board during her time at Stetson and was awarded the William F. Blews Award for her commitment to pro bono service.
Following law school Kara worked in both the public and private sectors where she focused primarily on civil practice. Notably, Kara served as a law clerk to a Federal Magistrate Judge in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida. Kara also worked in child advocacy, which allowed her to improve her litigation and dispute resolution skills. Prior to joining Burandt, Adamski, Feichthaler & Sanchez, PLLC, Kara was working in the private sector where she continued to take every opportunity to improve her skills as an advocate.
Kara continues to be involved with child advocacy through volunteer work with the Guardian ad Litem program. In addition, she remains a supporter of Stetson's Dispute Resolution Board, volunteering as a competition judge whenever possible. Her free time is usually spent at home with her husband and her two dogs. She loves watching competition cooking shows and she's a fan of alternative rock music.
Areas of Practice
Current Employment Position
- Stetson University College of Law, St. Petersburg, Florida
- Honors: summa cum laude
- Honors: Top 1% of class in 2017
- Honors: Order of Scribes
- Honors: Order of Barristers
- Honors: Rrecipient of the Kelly Feeley Dispute Resolution Board Founder’s Award
- Honors: William F. Blews Award
- Law Review: Stetson Law Review, Senior Associate
- Federal Magistrate Judge in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Law Clerk
Pro Bono Activities
- Guardian ad Litem program
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