Katrina Brundage

Innovation. Law. Data. Design.

Katrina Brundage is a data scientist and legal analytics professional, with a J.D. and M.S. in Business Analytics from Michigan State University. She is passionate about using innovation, law, data, and design to improve legal services and access to justice. Katrina is a Data Scientist & Legal Analyst at Juristat, a legal tech company that develops predictive models on the behavior of judges, patent examiners, attorneys, and other entities. Katrina also consults with trial courts to develop court management analytics. 

New year, New Beginnings. #MSULawSM

Each January, individuals around the world set New Years Resolutions. Many choose to eat right, work out more, spend less time on Facebook, etc. But at Michigan State University, law students are setting unique kinds of resolutions--they are making commitments to develop their professional social media presence. LexBlog's Kevin O'Keefe posted an article about my colleagues Chelsea Rider and Pat Ellis on how MSU Law students are rebranding the school through their social media efforts. The social media efforts are motivated by the #ReInventLaw movement lead by MSU Law Professors Dan Katz, Renee Knake, and Dan Linna and the Career Services Office's Social Media Contest. 

My #MSULawSM resolution is to become more consistently active with blogging, tweeting, and using LinkedIn to network and share my work in legal analytics. So stay tuned for more on my journey through my second year of law school, my first semester as a Business Analytics masters student, and my lean certification process.