Katrina Crocker is an associate at Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP, where her practice focuses on commercial, civil, and class action proceedings.
Prior to joining Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP, Katrina articled and practiced as an associate at two national full-service firms. During her articles, Katrina completed a secondment at Volkswagen Canada, where she assisted their internal dealer compliance audit team. As an associate, Katrina has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice numerous times on motions and applications, as well as in arbitrations and mediations on behalf of clients.
Katrina holds a dual J.D. / M.P.A. from Queen’s University. At law school, Katrina was awarded course prizes in legal research and business associations. Katrina also competed as an oralist in the Gale Cup Moot, served as an editorial board member on the Queen’s Law Journal, successfully appealed an ODSP decision as a caseworker with Queen’s Legal Aid, and interned with the Constitutional, Administrative, and International Law Section of the Department of Justice in Ottawa.
Before attending law school, Katrina obtained her undergraduate degree in Government Law & Political Science from Carleton University. Katrina is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Bar Association, Toronto Lawyers Association, Legal Education and Action Fund, and The Advocates’ Society, where she is an active member of the Young Advocates’ Standing Committee for 2022-2024. Katrina continues to volunteer quarterly with Pro Bono Ontario’s free legal advice hotline.
Called to the Ontario bar in 2019