Kathleen Bryson is a strong and savvy attorney versed in all facets of criminal defense. Whether she is representing you for a DUI charge or a serious felony, you can rest assured that her extensive experience in the field paired with her additional accolades have prepared her for anything your case might entail.
Education and Experience
Kathleen attended the University of California – Santa Cruz for her undergraduate studies, earning her bachelor’s in sociology in 1987. She then continued on to pursue her Juris Doctor at Tulane University Law School, with which she graduated in 1992. Throughout her career, Kathleen has been using the law to benefit her clients in the most effective and successful way possible. She has been practicing criminal defense for seven years, racking up a total of over 1,100 cases in the practice area. In addition this impressive statistic, it should be known that Kathleen also served as the Deputy District Attorney for Humboldt County from 2007-2008. This prestigious honor only further speaks to Kathleen’s readiness in her field.
Awards and Associations
Hard work does not go unnoticed. Kathleen’s experience and education combined are enough to ensure clients of her astuteness, however, her associations and accolades are an important piece to add to her repertoire. Since 2009, she has been a member of the Eureka Chamber of Commerce, and as of 2012, she’s also been a member of both the Redwood Art Association and California NORML. This wide range of passions speaks to Kathleen’s open mind and ability to create a strong case for any type of client. Perhaps her most notable attribute, though, is the recognition she received from North Coast Journal: Best of Humboldt. Earning the title in 2015, Kathleen’s work speaks for itself, and people are noticing.
Kathleen’s approach to defending her clients is to ensure she understands the case completely, then using her know-how of the law to use it in her client’s favor. She seeks to find the best possible settlement for her clients, and she often achieves some of the most desirable scenarios. With her clients’ best interest in mind at all times, Kathleen does not stop at mediocrity—she works to defend her clients as if they were her own kin. It is her duty to the public, and she takes every circumstance as seriously as the next.