A change took effect in March to how Social Security disability claims are processed, which is raising concerns for those... Read more →
Kathleen and Christina have been with our firm for many years and are the backbone of our success. If you’ve called the office, you know that they are caring professionals who understand the special situation that our clients face. Their contributions are important to our ability to deliver top notch results to our clients, and they are vital members of our team-based approach to client service.
Kathleen works closely with Justin Frankel and Jason Newfield on all client matters. For more than six years, Kathleen served as a paralegal and a court reporter in the US Army, where she was a member of the 18th Airborne Corps. Her research and writing skills are an important contribution to the Frankel & Newfield team. Kathleen has a Bachelor’s Degree in communications.
Christina Murray has extensive experience in many different levels of the court system. Before joining Frankel & Newfield, she worked in a criminal defense law firm in Honolulu with a focus on criminal law, military law (courts-martial and UCMJ violations) and Second Amendment civil rights. Christina received a BA in Fine Arts from Adelphi University and completed the paralegal program at Boston University, where she received her Paralegal Certification. At a very young age, Christina began a professional acting and modeling career and has appeared in many feature films and television shows.
Jenna Russo is an experienced paralegal who assists both partners in assisting clients with their disability claims matters. Her background includes working at a county prosecutor’s office in criminal law matters, so she is used to tight deadlines and cases where her skills and abilities have a direct impact on people’s lives. Jenna is a graduate of Penn State University (B.S., 2016) and received a paralegal certificate from Boston University. Jenna is a dedicated professional and a welcome addition to the Frankel & Newfield team.