Kristin Housh is an associate in the Business Trial Practice Group in the firm's San Diego (Del Mar) office.
Areas of Practice
Kristin handles complex litigation matters such as:
high-stakes contractual disputes;
False Claims Act qui tam actions;
government and internal investigations; and
securities fraud lawsuits.
Kristin also represents clients in pro bono matters, including obtaining a reversal of summary judgment in an appeal before the Ninth Circuit on behalf of an incarcerated client denied constitutionally adequate medical care. In addition, she helped bring a class action lawsuit on behalf of individuals who were denied access to the asylum process in violation of U.S. immigration laws.
Kristin is active in the San Diego community and is dedicated to public service and promoting diversity. She sits on the advisory board for the American Bar Association’s Immigration Justice Project, and she is a member of the host committee for Equality California’s annual fundraising event and of the Lawyers Club of San Diego.
While attending law school, Kristin served as a law clerk at the Williamson County Attorney’s Office in Georgetown, Texas, where she prosecuted misdemeanor criminal cases in both jury and bench trials.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kristin P. Housh