Katrina Eiden

 

Katrina Eiden’s career is exemplified by her work as an advocate for those who are not able to defend themselves. Most of Katrina’s legal background has been in indigent and criminal defense. She has a firm belief that everyone should have access to a fair and equal justice system.

Katrina earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Howard University and her Juris Doctorate from University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.  During law school, Katrina served as a student attorney for the Bail Clinic where she advocated for client’s release pre-trial. While serving as said student attorney, Ms. Eiden also co-authored an article that was featured in the Baltimore Sun. As a law clerk for the Attorney General of Maryland, Brian Frosh, Ms. Eiden also wrote legislative opinions and testimonies in their Civil Rights and Litigation Department. Furthermore, she clerked for the Los Angeles Federal Public Defenders’ Office for the Central District and was President of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, Darrow Chapter. Following law school, Ms. Eiden was a Certified Law Clerk with the Riverside County Public Defender’s Office defending indigent clients and clerked for two private criminal defense law firms.

Katrina believes in fighting to the best of her ability for each and every client. She is a tough negotiator and aggressive litigator.

Education:
Howard University, B.A. 2014
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, J.D., 2017