Katrina Crocker is an associate at Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP. She maintains a general litigation practice, with a focus on class actions, civil sexual assault, and governance-related issues. Katrina has represented companies and individuals before all levels of court in Ontario as well as in mediations, arbitrations, and government and internal investigations.
Prior to joining Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP, Katrina worked as an associate at two national full-service firms, where her practice focused on complex commercial litigation and class actions.
Katrina holds a dual Juris Doctor / Master of Public Administration from Queen’s University in Kingston, where she won academic awards 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. Before attending law school, Katrina obtained her undergraduate degree in Government Law & Political Science from Carleton University in Ottawa.
Katrina is a member of numerous professional associations, including the Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Bar Association, and The Advocates’ Society (TAS). She is an active member of the Young Advocates’ Standing Committee—a committee within TAS that provides a voice for advocates ten years of call or fewer. Katrina also continues to volunteer quarterly with Pro Bono Ontario’s free legal advice hotline to help low-income Ontarians with everyday civil legal issues.
Called to the Ontario bar in 2019.