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WHY CHOOSE US
As an associate of Akram Attia Law Group, Katie practices exclusively in the area of criminal defense law. Since her call to the Alberta Bar in 2013, she has acquired a solid spectrum of courtroom experience and legal expertise in all areas of criminal trial advocacy, bail hearings, and criminal appeals. Katie works hard to ensure her clients get the best possible outcome and most fair treatment by the courts in the judicial process.
Katie graduated from the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law in 2012. While at the Faculty of Law, Katie volunteered extensively with Student Legal Services representing low income individuals charged with criminal and regulatory offenses in the Provincial Court of Alberta. As a strong supporter of the student program, Katie now sits on the Board of Directors of that non-profit organization to ensure its continued success and ongoing support of impoverished members of the community.
Katie is the 2016 Vice President of the Edmonton Bar Association, and has been an executive member of the organization for over two years.
In her spare time, Katie enjoys volunteering for various community organizations and is an avid participant in the Elizabeth Fry Society’s volunteer legal clinic at the Edmonton Institution for Women.
Drug Related Offenses
If you’ve been charged with a drug-related crime, contact Akram Attia Law Group to assist you with bail and discuss your legal options.
If you’re ever arrested or facing criminal charges, it may be important to retain a criminal justice lawyer who’s willing to work hard to protect your rights.
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If you’ve recently been hurt in a motor vehicle accident, Akram Attia Law Group can help you.
Personal Injury Law
Akram Attia Law Group can handle your personal injury case while keeping you informed throughout the litigation process.
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