Kaitlin is a member of the firm’s Litigation and Municipal practice groups. In her litigation practice, Kaitlin has sat as first chair litigator on several state court matters, including on behalf of a multi-state commercial supplier, and has been involved in complex Multidistrict Litigation in federal court. She also has experience in all aspects of eminent domain and inverse condemnation actions on behalf of both condemning authorities and individuals/businesses throughout the state.

Kaitlin gained tremendous experience related to the everyday issues facing municipalities while serving as staff attorney for the City of Clarksville, Tenn., before joining Taft. She assists cities and towns with a variety of legal issues, from running public meetings to complex litigation involving real estate, land use and zoning issues.

Kaitlin earned a J.D. from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law and a B.A. in political science from the University of Kentucky, where she graduated summa cum laude. She is a member of the international women’s fraternity Kappa Kappa Gamma. Kaitlin is also involved with the local organization Families First, both as a member of the Emerging Leaders Council and as a volunteer.

All Service Areas


  • Indiana University Maurer School of Law (2015)
  • University of Kentucky (2012)


  • State - Indiana
  • State - Tennessee
  • Federal - Middle District of Tennessee

Speeches and Publications

  • The “Once an Adult, Always an Adult” Doctrine: More Harm Than Good (Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality, 2015) (written under the name Kaitlin Pegg)

Community Involvement

  • Families First

    Member, Emerging Leaders Council