Katrin is an associate in Pink Larkin's Halifax office. Her work focuses on labour, employment, human rights and Charter law.
Katrin attended Dalhousie Law School, where she received a Schulich Scholarship, was a Dean’s List student, and won the Stuart Clarke Lane Memorial Prize for the highest mark in Administrative Law. She also did a placement with Dalhousie Legal Aid Service, where she focused on social assistance, family, and criminal cases.
Katrin has a long-standing interest in workplace rights. Prior to law school, she wrote a master’s thesis on Canadian labour history. Katrin values community engagement, and is involved in several local initiatives surrounding economic and social justice.
In her spare time, Katrin can be found outdoors, reading or asking you if she can pet your dog.