A 2008 graduate from the University of California, San Diego, Kathryn earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies, focusing on Sociology and Third World Studies. By far, the highlight of her college experience was studying abroad in Madrid, Spain during her third year of undergraduate studies. While abroad, Kathryn was able to travel throughout Europe and gain a more cultured, well-rounded perspective of the world. She also furthered her proficiency in the Spanish language during this time.
Upon graduating from UCSD, Kathryn began working as a legal assistant at Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP. In this capacity Kathryn was able to assist plaintiffs in securities, consumer, ERISA, and antitrust class actions and shareholder rights litigation. Kathryn wanted to be as knowledgeable in other areas of law as she was in class action litigation, so she underwent the graduate level paralegal certificate program at the University of San Diego. She acquired her ABA approved Paralegal Certificate in 2011 and applied her refined skills to her continued work at Wolf Haldenstein as a paralegal.
Kathryn brought her litigation experience to Gomez Trial Attorneys, where she helps in every aspect of the successful representation of the firm’s clients. She constantly strives to complete tasks to her utmost, and she appreciates the opportunity to assist clients in the midst of their hardships.
Outside of the office, Kathryn enjoys spending time with her husband. Together they volunteer at Bridge of Hope, a non-profit organization in City Heights dedicated to helping distressed families through transition. Kathryn also likes traveling, reading, hiking, spending time with friends and family, and enjoying all that San Diego has to offer—especially Balboa Park.
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