Katrina M. Phillip
Katrina lived in many different states growing up and landed in Iowa after high school. She then attended Iowa State where she obtained her degree in Political Science. Thereafter, she attended law school at the University of Iowa. This is known as dual citizenship in Iowa.
Katrina was a student writer with the Iowa Law Review in her second year, and a contributing editor in her third year. She graduated in May 2012, passed the Georgia Bar in July 2012, and passed the Iowa Bar in February 2013. Her legal experience includes working for this law firm during summer breaks in college, interning for Federal Magistrate Judge Celeste F. Bremer during both summer breaks in law school, and working at the University of Iowa Law School student legal clinic representing parents in cases involving DHS.
Katrina’s practice is primarily focused on personal injury, workers’ compensation, unemployment benefits, and Iowa Board of Nursing disciplinary charge cases. Katrina is a member of the Iowa State Bar Association, Polk County Bar Association, and a board member with the Polk County Women Attorney’s Group.
Katrina’s hobbies include reading, crocheting, trying to keep plants alive, and of course being a Red Sox fan. We only hire Red Sox fans in this firm.