About Kharis Lund, Esq.
Kharis Lund is an attorney at Kahana Feld's New York and New Jersey offices. Ms. Lund tailors her work to each client’s specific needs, taking great pride in her meticulous attention to detail and unrelenting research, which she uses to craft compelling arguments. Clients rely on Ms. Lund to draft motions and appellate briefs that powerfully argue on their behalf, all while skillfully advising them through the complex appellate process.
Ms. Lund has worked in various positions during and after law school to expand her writing and advocacy skills and refine her practice for her clients’ benefit. She worked as an associate for a prominent New York law firm where she was an integral member of their appellate practice. She assisted with drafting sections of briefs and legal memorandum, utilizing her research skills for a variety of cases, and helping to design litigation strategy. Ms. Lund assisted in editing and researching several New York Law Journal articles.
During her time in law school, Ms. Lund served as Senior Notes Editor on the Cardozo Law Review. She also worked as a legal intern at Cardozo Law School’s Civil Rights Clinic and interned at Manhattan Legal Services in its East Harlem Housing Unit, where she provided free legal services to indigent New Yorkers.
Prior to law school, Ms. Lund worked in recruiting and diversity initiatives at Amazon and as an event planner and coordinator at United Nations Volunteers, where she designed social awareness and fundraising events focused on cancer research.
Kharis Lund, Esq. is a recipient of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) coveted 2020 Howard C. Schwab Memorial Essay Contest First Place Award. Her winning article was published in the ABA’s Family Law Quarterly.
- Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (Juris Doctor, cum laude)
- Cardozo Law Review, Senior Notes Editor
- Cardozo Law Review, Equity and Inclusion Committee Board Member
- Seattle Pacific University (Bachelor of Art, summa cum laude)
- New Jersey State Bar
- New York State Bar
- American Bar Association’s (ABA) 2020 Howard C. Schwab Memorial Essay Contest – First Place Award