Katelyn Wasserman joined the firm in April 2018. Prior to joining Bernstein Clarke & Moskovitz, Katelyn was a paralegal for a litigation boutique that specialized in commercial litigation, employment, trusts and estates, intellectual property, and financial services. She assisted with cases brought in state and federal court as well as appeals in the Appellate Division (1st and 2nd Judicial Department) and U.S. Court of Appeals (2nd Circuit). Before that, Katelyn worked for several years at a surgical oncologist’s office providing both surgical counseling and administrative duties.
In 2016, she received her Master’s degree from New York University’s Graduate School of Arts and Science in Psychology with a Specialization in Forensics. While a graduate student at NYU she participated in research focused on HIV/AIDS, substance use and mental health issues facing the LGBT community as well as participated in research involving the measurement of criminal depravity. In addition, she has been a case intern for a forensic psychiatrist where she gained exposure to preparing expert witness reports for both State and Federal cases nationwide as well as provided case review assistance for various criminal defense attorneys while interning at a New York based foundation involved in exploring potential avenues of exoneration for incarcerated individuals.
New York University, Graduate School of Arts and Science Master of Arts, Psychology, Specialization in Forensics, MA Scholar
State University of New York at Stony Brook Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa