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Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Kristen was told by teachers at a young age that she had a “strong sense of justice.”
She graduated from the University of Toronto (B.A., Political Science, 2008), and continued her previous career in retail management and human resources until Kristen also decided to make good on what she had always been told, and went to Charlotte School of Law.
At the Charlotte School of Law, Kristen was on the Dean’s List, was a member of Order of the Crown, and interned at, among others:
- Public Defender’s Office, 6th Judicial Circuit, South Carolina
- Trial Court Administrator’s Office, 26th Judicial District, North Carolina
- Charlotte School of Law’s Criminal Justice Clinic
Kristen graduated from Charlotte School of Law, cum laude, with a Juris Doctor and a Certificate in Art of Advocacy Skills in 2015, and has been licensed to practice law in North Carolina since 2015.
Kristen is a member of the Cabarrus County Bar, the Mecklenburg County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the immediate past chair of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice’s Criminal Defense Section, and currently serves on NCAJ’s Board of Governors.
Kristen’s practice areas include criminal defense, traffic/DWI, expungements, landlord/tenant, and general civil litigation.
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