About Kate

Kate Oeltjen is a Partner with Console Mattiacci Law, LLC.

Kate joined Console Mattiacci Law, LLC following two judicial clerkship terms in New Jersey and an associate position at a respected commercial litigation firm. Before her work as an associate, Kate clerked for the Honorable Renee Marie Bumb in the District Court for the District of New Jersey, and the Honorable Gloria M. Burns, Chief Judge, in the Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey.

Kate obtained her Juris Doctor in 2004 from Rutgers Law School – Camden, with honors. While in law school, Kate served as a teaching assistant for Legal Research and Writing & Moot Court. She received her undergrad degree from Colby College in Maine. Kate is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Massachusetts.

Special Honors*

  • Included in the Super Lawyers® list of Pennsylvania in the area of “Employment Litigation” (2017). The selection methodology for the Super Lawyers award can be found HERE.
  • According to the aforementioned commercial publication, this designation places her on their list of top 2.5% of up-and-coming attorneys in Pennsylvania.

*Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the New Jersey Supreme Court.

E:oeltjen@consolelaw.com Direct Fax:215-565-2859



Pennsylvania Super Lawyers List in Employment Litigation


Rutgers Law School, Camden, Juris Doctorate

Bar and Court Admissions

  • Massachusetts State Bar
  • Pennsylvania State Bar
  • New Jersey State Bar
  • Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • District of New Jersey
  • United States District Court --District of Massachusetts


  • Rutgers Law School, Camden, Juris Doctorate
  • Colby College, Bachelor of Arts
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