Katrina M. Register
Katrina M. Register
Katrina M. Register (formerly “Geary”), Esquire has been a member of the firm since 2009. Katrina joined the firm as an associate attorney in 2011. Katrina became a partner in 2020. Her practice is concentrated on areas of Complex Civil Litigation, Personal Injury, Estate Planning, Consumer Fraud, Business Disputes, Education Law and Family Law.
Katrina was born in Voorhees, New Jersey and raised in Hammonton/Winslow Township, New Jersey. In 2004, Katrina moved to Ohio and worked part-time as a licensed optician, paralegal and correctional officer throughout college. In 2008, Katrina graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.
While in law school and working for the firm, Katrina taught courses in Criminal law and Constitutional law to numerous inner city Camden high schools and Juvenile detention centers in Burlington County. During Katrina’s third year of law school, she provided legal representation to children in juvenile court hearings pursuant to NJ Practice Rule 1:21-3. Katrina also completed a summer legal internship program at the New Jersey Office of the Governor, Trenton, NJ.
Katrina also researched South African Constitutional Law with an emphasis on the South African Juvenile Justice System. Prior to graduating, Katrina had the opportunity visit South Africa. She attended the Constitutional Court of South Africa in Johannesburg, visited Kruger National Park, Cape of Good Hope and Robben Island along with climb Table Mountain in Cape Town.
In 2011, Katrina received her Juris Doctor from the Rutgers School of Law-Camden where she earned an award for her service and recognition for 40+ hours of pro bono commitment.
Currently, Katrina resides with her husband, Brandon, and two children in Camden County, NJ. When Katrina is not writing legal briefs and advocating for her clients, Katrina and Brandon spend time with their children and four-legged companions, two dogs and horse. Katrina enjoys the beach, horseback riding, hiking, traveling and spending time with family. Katrina is active in her community and church as well as volunteers her time to mentor young adults in pursuing higher education.
Admitted to practice in all Courts of New Jersey and United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
Admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court