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Kristen M. Dombroski


Kristen focuses her practice on civil litigation. She previously represented individuals, employers, and insurance companies in various practice areas, including personal injury, labor and employment litigation, and workers’ compensation. She has years of experience analyzing case files, developing litigation strategies, and providing legal recommendations to clients. 

  • New York State Bar (2018) 
  • University at Buffalo School of Law (J.D., 2017)
  • Le Moyne College (B.A., Integral Honors Degree, cum laude, 2014)
Professional Affiliations
  • Monroe County Bar Association
  • Greater Rochester Association for Women Attorneys
  • New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers
Community Involvement

Kristen serves as a member of the Le Moyne Green and G.O.L.D. committee. She previously volunteered at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center in Buffalo. Kristen previously volunteered as a student teacher at the Seymour Dual Language Academy in Syracuse, at the Cathedral Academy at Pompeii in Syracuse, and as a resident student teacher in Roseau, Dominica.

Speaking Engagements & Publications

Kristen assisted a University at Buffalo School of Law alumni in his research and preparation of What's in a Name? That Which We Call Surrogate's Court, an article that was published in the July/August 2016 edition of the New York State Bar Association Journal.

Kristen also defended her Integral Honors thesis, and presented at Le Moyne College Scholars Day in Syracuse, and the Medieval and Early Modern Studies Conference in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

A Rochester native, Kristen graduated from Le Moyne College, where she earned an Integral Honors Degree. She majored in English, and had minors in Advanced Writing and Political Science. While in law school at the University at Buffalo School of Law, Kristen served as the Publications Editor of the Intellectual Property Law Journal, participated in the Representation in Mediation Competition, and worked as a student-attorney at Roswell Cancer Institute, through the law school’s Health Justice Law and Policy Clinic. She also clerked for a Monroe County Family Court Judge, and at a law firm in Buffalo. After she graduated from law school, she focused her practice on personal injury litigation. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, running, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.