Katherine Carroll practices as a member of the firm’s Personal Injury Department. She is currently licensed in Virginia. She is committed to obtaining the best outcomes possible for her clients.
Katie attended the University of Mary Washington, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2017. She majored in International Affairs and minored in Practical Ethics. It was at Mary Washington that Katie found her love of the law. Her participation in the University’s mock trial team inspired Katie to go to law school and become a litigator.
Directly after graduating college, Katie attended William & Mary Law School. During her time there, Katie worked for a variety of public interest organizations. She interned at the Federal Public Defender for the Eastern District of Virginia, where she assisted in the criminal defense of indigent individuals. Similarly, she was also a member of the family law and domestic violence clinics. There, she assisted indigent clients leave abusive relationships by filing for protective orders, divorce, and child custody. Katie enjoys working with people and guiding them through the legal process.
Katie is a twice published legal scholar. She was a staff member of William & Mary’s Bill of Rights Journal. Her student note, “Buy One Get One Free”: How Re-indictment Policies Permit Excessive Searches was published in volume 28 of the journal. Additionally, she also published an article for Willcox Savage’s tech review journal.
After graduating law school in 2020, Katie worked for another Richmond personal injury firm before joining Geoff and his team in 2022. In practice, Katie remains dedicated to advocating on behalf of people.
When she is not advocating for her clients, Katie spends her free time trying new recipes with her boyfriend and entertaining her two cats, Delilah and Olivia. Much like her cats, you can often find Katie bathing in the sun and playing with yarn. Although she prefers to call it knitting.
Please reach out to Geoff McDonald & Associates, P.C., to speak with Katie about help with your personal injury claim today.