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Kristin Marie Cronk

  • Associate Attorney


Orlando, FL





Kristin Cronk is a criminal defense trial attorney in Florida. Kristin is originally from New York and was raised in Orlando, Florida. Kristin graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration all while maintaining a position as a Revenue Manager for Starwood Hotels & Resorts prior to her legal career.

Kristin went on to earn her Juris Doctorate from Barry University's Dwayne O. Andreas College of Law, in Orlando, Florida where she received the book award for Motions and Depositions and graduated with High Honors in Litigation and Advocacy. During her studies, Kristin also participated as a Certified Legal Intern in the Juvenile Defense Clinic, where she represented juveniles in both misdemeanor and felony cases.

Prior to joining Cohen, Kristin spent four years as an Assistant Public Defender where she defended misdemeanor and felony cases in the Ninth Judicial Circuit. Kristin zealously advocated for indigent individuals in over a dozen jury trials and hundreds of hearings. Kristin has conducted every stage of a jury trial and has thousands of hours of court room experience.

In her spare time, Kristin enjoys spending time with her daughter and their three rescue pit bulls.

Areas Of Practice

  • Criminal Law

Bar Admissions

  • Florida


  • Barry University School of Law, Orlando, Florida
    • J.D.
    • Honors: With High Honors
  • University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
    • B.A., Bachelor of Arts - 2014
    • Major: Administration

Honors and Awards

  • Book Award for hghest grade in Motions and Depositions
  • High Honors in Litigation and Advocacy

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Book Award for highest grade in Motions and Depositions, 2017 to 2017
  • High Honors in Litigation and Advocacy, 2017 to 2017

Past Employment Positions

  • Office of the Public Defender 9th Circuit, 2019 to 2022


  • English