Hale Law Paralegal Admitted to Stetson University College of Law
Katrina was born in New Jersey and has lived in Florida for the past nine years. She has been working at Hale Law for the past two years. She received her Bachelor’s degree from New College of Florida in Sarasota, Florida, and wrote her undergraduate thesis on the policy implications of consumer chemistry research. Also while at New College, she founded the Asian Pacific Islander Student Association, taught science programs while interning at Girl’s Inc. and the Florida House Institute, and was the recipient of several federally-funded research opportunities. A highlight of her research experience was spending four months doing research on biodegradable plastic alternatives at the National Institute for Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Partner Patrick Iyampillai says: “Katrina Carlin has continually been a professional and someone I can rely on in our fast-paced practice, no matter what is thrown her way. I know she will make a great attorney upon her swearing-in.”
Katrina has always been interested in advocating, whether in an environmental setting or for Hale Law’s injured clients. She is invested in fighting for what is right and getting just compensation for those that have been damaged by others. Katrina is excited to begin her time at Stetson Law and gain more legal knowledge to better advocate for those in need.