Katerina Liapis joined Reveliotis Law, P.C., in June 2012 and began practicing law in 2021. With more than nine years of management and legal experience, Katerina supervises the filing of all tax appeals for businesses and professional entities, working with virtually all types of private entities, including small start-up entities, family-owned businesses, public charities, private foundations as well as international businesses. Katerina has especially dedicated her practice to the areas of ad valorem commercial and industrial property tax appeals, property tax incentives and tax exemptions for charitable and educational organizations.
Educated in Greece as a mechanical engineer Katerina brings her analytical skills to bear in assessing property structures for the firm in relation to their tax assessments. By employing the most recent technologies and methodologies, Katerina has played a paramount part in developing programs for the office that have eliminated human error while simultaneously diminishing the amount of time to perform a certain task by as much as 85%.
Prior to joining Reveliotis Law, Katerina worked as a mechanical engineer in Tripolis, Greece, with a focus on environmentally friendly construction practices. Katerina graduated in 2021 from the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Law.
- University of Illinois at Chicago College of Law, JD - 2021
- Technological Institute of Kavala, Greece, Mechanical Engineering - 2011