A careful listener and creative problem solver, Katrina identifies client needs to effectively advocate for their position.
Katrina brings a life-long interest in the natural environment to her law practice, which is focused on addressing National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) issues, wetlands regulation, federal species protection laws, land use law, and litigation.
Prior to law school, Katrina worked for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service on national wildlife refuges in Arizona, Colorado, and Wyoming. As a Park Ranger, she educated visitors and students about refuge management and the wildlife and natural resources that those refuges conserve. She assisted with biological projects on the refuges, including recovering the endangered Sonoran pronghorn.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Katrina Krebs