Katherin Crossling is an attorney in private practice with a focus on Litigation and Risk Management in the New York metro region.
Prior to joining her current firm, Katherin served as an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County, New York. She dealt with a large variety of cases and has familiarity with juvenile crime statutes, youthful offender laws, how the criminal justice system handles bullying, sexual assault, gang assault, cyber crime, drug possession, theft, weapons possession, harassment, menacing and more violent offenses.
In addition to trying numerous cases to verdict, she ran long term investigations into organized criminal enterprises who trafficked underage youth and weapons. She worked closely with Safe Horizons and the Hunts Point Alliance for children to provide wrap around services to victims.
A Tulane Law School and Duke University alum, Katherin earned her undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Criminal Sociology. Her studies also included adolescent psychology and childhood development.
Katherin currently devotes much of her spare time to her local school district where she holds several volunteer positions.