Katrin graduated from Northwestern University School of Law in 2011, where she was involved in the Women’s Leadership Coalition and the Moot Court Club. She also earned a Master of Laws degree from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, which awarded Katrin a merit-based scholarship. In addition, Katrin studied law in Germany and graduated at the top of her class from the University of Hamburg School of Law with both a Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws degree.
After graduating from Northwestern, Katrin joined the litigation department at Hunton Andrews Kurth (formerly Andrews Kurth Kenyon), where she was actively involved in the firm’s recruitment activities. After practicing law for over six years and serving clients from a wide array of industries, Katrin decided to recruit professionally and joined Newhouse + Noblin.
Katrin’s extensive experience at a major law firm, in-depth market knowledge of the legal profession, and international perspective give her unique insights into the needs of our clients and the concerns of candidates. Katrin is committed to building strong and lasting relationships with candidates throughout the placement process.