Katherine Ann Elsner is an attorney in Kenai, Alaska focusing her legal practice on areas like Criminal Defense, Civil Litigation, Family Law, Child Custody, Divorce, Personal Injury, Probate, and Estate Planning. She is currently a partner and attorney at the law firm, 907 Legal. She has conducted her ten years of legal practice with honesty and with focus on her clients. She is highly skilled in litigation. She approaches every case vigorously.
Katie A. Elsner earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Anthropology in 2004 and graduated cum laude from the New York University. She started attending the prestigious Northwestern University School of Law. While in law school, she worked on death penalty cases and gained valuable insight into the world of legal services. She obtained her Juris Doctorate in 2008.
After earning a law degree, she joined the Miami Dade Public Defender’s Office in 2008 as an Assistant Public Defender and continued developing her practice there till 2013.
She represented clients both adults and juvenile charged with DUI, assault, life felonies, homicide, sexual assault, and many other misdemeanor offenses.
Katherine Elsner became a founding member of the Task Force on Forensic Litigation. She successfully convinced a judge to dismiss her client’s murder case while featuring on an episode of the A&E TV show ‘After the First 48’ and received national attention.
She had spent her growing up years in the mountains of Colorado. She decided to leave Miami and settle in the Kenai area for the love of the seasons and scenery in Alaska.
After obtaining the license to practice law in Alaska, she started working with the Alaska Legal Services Corporation as a Staff Attorney. She expanded her practice to include civil litigation in areas like Probate, Divorce, Custody, Child Support, Estate Planning, and Protective Proceedings. She joined the law firm Walton, Theiler & Winegarden as a contract attorney in 2014 and provided the same services there till 2017.
Attorney Elsner is proficient at litigating the issues involved in both criminal and civil cases. She has a rich experience in attacking eyewitness identifications and forensic sciences as well as in resolving family disputes. She has tried several jury & non-jury trials, negotiating numerous case resolutions, and secured countless depositions.
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