Aeronautical Technology '10
Kali M. Hague, Washington, D.C. is an attorney at Jetlaw, LLC, where she advises clients throughout the country and internationally on all aspects of business aviation and airport law. Hague is an active commercial pilot, a flight instructor, and competes in the annual Women's Air Race Classic.
Hague is a co-author of the best-selling Federal Aviation Regulations Explained series, which illustrates and explains the policices behind the FAA regulations. She teaches aviation law as adjunct faculty for K-State's Polytechnic Campus in Salina, Kansas.
In 2019, the National Business Aviation Association recognized Kali as one of business aviation's top 40 young professionals.
Hague is admitted to practice law in Kansas and the District of Columbia.
She received her bachelor's degree in aeronautical technology from Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus in 2010. She later earned a Juris Doctor from Washburn University School of Law and completed her LL.M. in International and European Tax Law from Maastricht University Faculty of Law in the Netherlands.