Practice: Katrina practices labor and employment law on behalf of unions and employees, specializes in plaintiff-side employment and education law, and represents educators through the California Teachers Association Group Legal Services Program.
Education: Katrina graduated Magna Cum Laude from Occidental College and earned her law degree from UCLA School of Law. During law school she pursued a variety of legal interests, including workers’ rights, immigration, criminal justice, and international human rights. As a law student, she published several papers on criminal justice issues, including the intersection of immigration law and criminal punishment, false confessions, and the role of junk science in wrongful convictions. As an undergraduate, Katrina authored a paper studying the public and private education systems in Chile.
Prior Experience: Before joining Langenkamp, Curtis, Price, Lindstrom & Chevedden, Katrina worked as a legal intern at the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office, assisting indigent and underserved clients. She also has experience supporting clients in family and employment-based immigration matters and in deportation and asylum hearings.
Memberships: Katrina is a member of the State Bar of California and the California Bar Association Labor and Employment Section.
Interests: Katrina is passionate about defending the rights of refugees and asylum seekers and volunteers through various immigrants’ rights organizations.