Katrina A. Tomas

Ms. Tomas joined the firm in 2019 as an environmental law fellow. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law as a Public Interest Scholar.

While in law school Ms. Tomas served as the Senior Articles Editor for the University of Miami Law Review. Her student note, “Manure Management for Climate Change Mitigation: Regulating CAFO Greenhouse Gas Emissions Under the Clean Air Act,” was published in the University of Miami Law Review. She was also a member of the Public Interest Leadership Board and the president of the Environmental Law Society and Student Animal Legal Defense Fund. Ms. Tomas worked during the school year at Legal Services of Greater Miami where she represented mobile home tenants facing eviction, ran hurricane disaster relief clinics, and provided transactional assistance to non-profits engaging in affordable housing development. She also served as a semester clerk for Miami Waterkeeper and Earthjustice’s Florida regional office. During her summers, Ms. Tomas interned at the Sierra Club Environmental Law Program and New York Lawyers for the Public Interest in their environmental justice program.

Ms. Tomas graduated magna cum laude with distinction from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in History of Art.

Ms. Tomas has passed the California Bar Examination and is awaiting admission to the California Bar.