Kristen represents corporations in a variety of antitrust, white-collar litigation, government investigations, and government contract matters. She also defends clients involved in follow-on civil actions and assists clients with internal investigations and compliance programs.
Kristen's passion for service translates to active involvement in the firm's pro bono and community outreach matters. Her recent pro bono matters include the withholding of removal for an individual from Honduras, seeking compensation for a wrongfully convicted individual, and representing an individual in an innocence case in West Virginia.
During law school, Kristen was a Legal Research and Writing Fellow and represented clients before the D.C. Superior Court as a student-attorney in Georgetown's Domestic Violence Clinic. She was also a law clerk for the United States Attorney's Office in Greenbelt, MD.
Prior to law school, Kristen interned for a United States Congressman, the Massachusetts Middlesex District Attorney's Office, a private real estate and personal injury law firm, and International Justice Mission.