Before joining Catalano, Kristin was an attorney with Alexander & Catalano. She currently serves as an Adjunct Professor at the Syracuse University College of Law, where she teaches in both the residential and JDinteractive (online degree) programs. Ms. Walker practiced civil litigation as an associate at the law firms of Barclay Damon LLP and Costello, Cooney & Fearon PLLC in Syracuse, NY, where she managed numerous insurance defense and insurance coverage matters.
Prior to that, Kristin was an associate at McCarter & English LLP in the firm’s New York City office. At McCarter, Kristin practiced within the firm’s corporate, securities and financial institutions practice group.
Kristin graduated cum laude from Syracuse University College of Law in 2008 where she was Managing Editor of the Syracuse Law Review from 2007-2008. While in law school, she clerked for Judge David N. Hurd of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York and interned at the U.S. District Attorney’s Office. Kristin received her B.A., magna cum laude, from Villanova University in 2002.
Kristin is admitted to practice law in both New York and New Jersey. She is a member of the American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, New Jersey State Bar Association and the Onondaga County Bar Association.
Ms. Walker served a number of years with ECHO Meals-on Wheels, Inc., an organization devoted to providing home-delivered meals to homebound individuals due to accident, illness or frailty.
- Syracuse University College of Law
- Villanova University, B.A.
- “Tax Benefits for Education,” The Tax Adviser, pp. 464-470, July 2010, co-author
- “U.S. Perspectives on E-Commerce Transactions,” International Sales: Newsletter International Bar Association Legal Practice Division, September 2009, co-author
- “A Not-So-Crummy Way to Avoid Taxes: A Congressional Call for Action to Facilitate the Annual Exclusion and Avoid Abuse of the Present Interest Requirement,” Syracuse Law Review, 2008
- Republished, The Digest Tax Articles, 2009
- Critiqued Review and Comment, Trusts and Estates Magazine, 2009
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