Katrine Aliha Beck, co-founding partner of Fullerton Beck, has been named to the 2022 Crain’s New York Business Notable Women in Law. This is the second year Katrine has been named to this prestigious list of New York’s most accomplished female attorneys.Lauded for her litigation acumen in settings where she conducts her practice: state court, federal court and the mediation and arbitration table, Katrine joins a cadre of New York’s esteemed attorneys from Am Law 200 law firms, boutiques and leading organizations, who were selected for their professional achievements, pro bono work and involvement in industry and community organizations.
“There is no one more deserving of this honor,” shared co-founder and firm managing partner Eileen Fullerton. “Katrine is one of the most well-respected attorneys in our areas of practice. She defends high-exposure cases involving negligence, construction accident claims under New York Labor Law, motor vehicle accidents and premises liability claims. In addition to being a skilled attorney, Katrine is an excellent firm leader. She has played an instrumental role in growing the firm throughout the tri-state area – a goal of ours that we accomplished despite the pandemic.”
Among Katrine’s numerous awards is a relative-newcomer – the Ruth Bader Ginsberg Vanguard Award, presented in October by the New York State Bar Association. The award, only in its second year, honors a trial attorney who has made extraordinary efforts in addressing and raising awareness about issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion. In addition to being named to Super Lawyers and Westchester County’s Most Powerful Women list, in 2021, Fullerton Beck was named the fifth best small company to work for in New York by the Best Companies Group and was awarded Westchester’s Best of Business, Law Firm award.