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Katherine Frink-Hamlett

Frink-Hamlett Legal Solutions, Inc.
New York, NY, USA

Katherine is a 1991 graduate of New York University School of Law where she served as a Competitions Editor for the Moot Court Board, worked with the late Honorable A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr. as a research and teaching assistant, and was one of two recipients of the esteemed Gary E. Moncreiffe Award for her written analysis of the Family Court Act. She received a BFA in Film/Television and a BS in Sociology from New York University.

Katherine is a former President of the New York University Law Alumni Association Board (2008-2010) and former Vice-Chairperson of the Committee of Women in the Law of the New York State Bar Association (2008-2010). She remains an active member of both the Board and Committee, respectively, and is also a member of the New York University Alumni Association. She has been a contributing book reviewer for The New York Law Journal, and is a featured author of The New York Law Journal Magazine's "Diversity in Action" column. She has been a frequent speaker on inclusion and diversity issues within the legal industry.

In 2012, Katherine was selected to join the Board of Directors of Legal Outreach, a rigorous academic program that prepares youth from underserved communities for academic excellence in junior high school, high school and college.

Upon graduation from law school, Katherine was an associate at the law firm of Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler where she focused on complex chapter 11 reorganizations. In addition, while at Kaye Scholer, she was a research and writing assistant to the late Benjamin Weintraub and also served on the firm's Recruiting Committee. In 1994, she joined USA Networks (now known as NBC Universal) as an in-house attorney where she focused on the launch of the Sci-Fi Channel (now SyFy Channel) in Europe. In 1996, she became of Counsel to the Wall Street law firm of Baden Kramer Huffman & Brodsky, P.C. (now merged with Fox, Horan & Camerini) where she worked on several high-profile federal court litigations and developed her own client base.

Katherine is admitted to practice law in the States of New York and New Jersey.

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