Evan Katin-Borland joined Kreindler & Kreindler as an associate in January 2012. He currently works on a variety of cases in state and federal courts, involving construction accidents, aviation accidents and products liability.
Mr. Katin-Borland graduated cum laude from Brooklyn Law School in 2009, where he was a Prince Scholar and an Associate Articles Editor for the Brooklyn Law Review. Through his work with Brooklyn Law School’s Second Look Clinic Mr. Katin-Borland represented prisoners in New York State attempting to prove their actual innocence without the aid of DNA evidence. Mr. Katin-Borland also completed an internships with United States District Court Judge Eric N. Vitaliano in the Eastern District of New York, as well as New York County Defender Services and the Brooklyn office of the Legal Aid Society, where he defended indigent clients in criminal proceedings.
Upon graduation from Brooklyn Law School, Mr. Katin-Borland spent two years working for Itkowitz & Harwood, a New York City firm specializing in commercial real estate litigation.
Mr. Katin-Borland graduated with honors from Wesleyan University in 2006, earning a B.A. in history and psychology and winning the Dutcher Prize for excellence in history.
- New York, 2010
- Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, New York
- J.D. - 2009
- Honors: Cum Laude
- Law Review: Brooklyn Law Review, Associate Articles Editor
- Wesleyan University
- B.A. - 2006
- Major: History
- Major: Psychology