Katrin Marquez is an attorney at the Institute for Justice. She previously served as a Dave Kennedy Fellow in the Florida office and as a Constitutional Law Fellow at headquarters. She returned to IJ after clerking for Judge James C. Ho of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and Judge Roy K. Altman of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Katrin earned her law degree from Yale Law School, where she was a Coker Fellow in Constitutional Law and a Knight Law & Media Scholar with the Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic. She was also the executive editor in charge of Inter Alia, an online publication of the Yale Law & Policy Review.
Katrin earned her B.A. in political science and Asian languages and civilizations from Amherst College and her M.S.Ed. in education policy from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. After college, she spent two years teaching English in Gwangju, South Korea as a Fulbright Fellow.
Katrin lives in Miami, where she grew up after immigrating from Cuba as a young child.
Tarpon Springs, Florida bans food trucks from operating in the downtown area, unless the owner also has a brick-and-mortar restaurant. The owners of one food truck are working with IJ to fight for their right…
Katrin's Amicus Briefs
Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid
U.S. Supreme Court