Kay Reeves serves as of counsel to Waters Kraus & Paul, a prominent law firm specializing in toxic tort, qui tam, and complex civil litigation actions. With over 20 years of experience, Kay has dedicated her practice to representing victims of asbestos exposure and individuals harmed by dangerous drugs or toxic substances. In addition to her work in personal injury cases, she also handles commercial disputes and sports law adjudications.

At Waters Kraus & Paul, Kay has also taken on the important role of representing whistleblowers who expose fraud against the government. This crucial work helps to ensure accountability and protect taxpayer funds.

Kay is a highly accomplished attorney with an impressive educational background. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from the prestigious University of California at Berkeley, where she graduated with high honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Continuing her pursuit of knowledge, Kay earned a master’s in Public Administration from Troy State University. She then went on to receive her law degree from the University of Texas, where she excelled academically as a member of the Order of the Coif and served on the Texas Law Review. Her commitment to excellence was further demonstrated through her role as clerk of the Chancellor’s Society.

In recognition of her expertise and dedication, Kay is a member of the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court, the Bar Associations of the Third and Fifth Federal Circuits, the American Association for Justice, and the Texas Trial Lawyers Association. Her contributions to the legal field have been acknowledged by her nomination for Trial Lawyer of the Year in 1999, an esteemed award presented by Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (now known as Public Justice).

Kay is licensed to practice law in both Texas and Washington, underscoring her commitment to serving clients in multiple jurisdictions and her dedication to upholding the highest professional standards.