Katrina Kapture

Contact Information:

Associate
kkapture@kreisenderle.com
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Education:

  • Wayne State University Law School, Juris Doctor, 2020
    • Arthur F. Lederle Scholarship
    • Representative, Student Board of Governors, 1L & 2L Student Representative
    • Women’s Law Caucus
    • Chairman, Free Legal Aid Clinic, Inc.
  • Albion College, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Government, magna cum laude, 2016
    • Phi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society
    • Vice President, Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
    • Women’s Varsity Golf (four years)
    • Study Abroad, Leiden University, Netherlands

Assistant

Stephanie Tuttle
269-441-4514
STuttle@KreisEnderle.com

Bar Admissions:

  • Michigan

Memberships:

  • State Bar of Michigan

Katrina (“Kat”) Kapture is a patient, empathetic, and passionate advocate for her clients. As an associate attorney in Kreis Enderle’s Battle Creek office, Kat specializes in family law, estate planning, and probate and trust administration. Kat prides herself on representing her clients’ best interests both inside and outside of the courtroom, as well as providing support and understanding during an often difficult process. As a young attorney, Kat strives to utilize creative solutions for her clients’ diverse legal issues.

Kat obtained her bachelor’s degree in political science, magna cum laude, from Albion College. She later earned her Juris Doctorate from Wayne State University Law School as an Arthur F. Lederle Scholar.

During her studies, Kat supplemented her coursework with real-world experience, including clerking for two Detroit law firms. She also served as a student attorney and chairperson of the Free Legal Aid Clinic in Detroit, representing indigent clients in divorce and estate planning.

Kat joined Kreis Enderle as a summer associate in 2019. When she is not committing time to her clients, she enjoys hiking, camping, and traveling.

 

Publications

  • “Establishing a Future for Reparations: Insights and Possible Consequences of the Lubanga Reparations Decision,” Post Conflict Justice, May 12, 2015