Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Katrina Crocker is a litigation lawyer based in Toronto. She focuses on all areas of commercial and civil litigation as well as class actions.
Katrina previously worked for another leading law firm from 2019 to 2021, where she assisted on several matters before all levels of court in Ontario and completed a secondment with Volkswagen Canada. She volunteers her time by judging moot competitions and providing free legal advice and assistance to low-income individuals through Pro Bono Ontario.
While in law school, Katrina received course prizes in introduction to legal skills and business associations. She was selected to represent Queen's Faculty of Law at the Gale Cup Moot, served as an editorial board member on the Queen's Law Journal, interned at the Department of Justice in Ottawa, and participated in the Queen's legal aid and international trade law clinics.
- Ontario 2019
- "Trade and Gender in Public Procurement," TradeLab, Kingston, Ontario, Canada (April 2018). This work is discussed in a new book edited by John Borrows and Risa Schwartz, Indigenous Peoples and International Trade: Building Equitable and Inclusive International Trade and Investment Agreements, Cambridge University Press (June 2020).
- "What Your Multinational Clients Need to Know About Ontario's Revamped Class Actions Legislation," American Bar Association Litigation Section's Sound Advice Podcast (December 2020).
- Canadian Bar Association
- Law Society of Ontario
- Ontario Bar Association
- Toronto Lawyers Association
- The Advocates' Society
- Pro Bono Ontario
- Women's Law Association of Ontario
- Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
- Young Women in Law