Katherine Hine

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Katherine Hine works in professional writing, editing, and translation services at EditAnything.[citation needed]

She is creator and executive director of Ross County Network for Children, a child advocacy organization.[citation needed] She also has four children.

She was formerly a lawyer in Chillicothe, Ohio and Oklahoma. In 1997, she stopped practicing law after being publicly reprimanded by the Supreme Court of Oklahoma.[1][2][3]

Early life and education[edit]

Hine earned a bachelor's degree from Ohio State University in 1966, a law degree from the University of Toledo in 1976,[4] and studied at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand during 1982. She has also been known as Katherine Campbell Rohrer[3] and Katherine Hine Green.


Hine practiced family law in Muskogee, Oklahoma from 1983 until 1996 when she was publicly reprimanded by the Supreme Court of Oklahoma.[1][2][3]

In 1994, she was a candidate for district court judge for the 15th Judicial District of Oklahoma, but lost to incumbent Lyle Burris.

Hine was involved in the Oklahoma organization Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN).