Katherine Tenorio, Criminal Defense Paralegal at the Law Offices of Clifton Black, PC. Originally from Brazil, Katherine graduated with a law degree from the prestigious University of Brasilia in 2014. Her commitment to justice and education has laid the foundation for her exemplary skills in legal research and case management.
Katherine began her legal career in Colorado in 2017 as a Court Clerk in the El Paso County Combined Courthouse to the Honorable Judge Karla Hansen. As a court clerk, Katherine collaborated alongside County Court Judges, providing her with a unique perspective in legal proceedings and provided Katherine a deeper understanding of the Colorado legal system.
After leaving the courthouse, Katherine joined a law firm as a Paralegal/Office Manager and then the Office of the Alternative Defense Counsel, where she excelled in legal research, managed case files, and organized discovery. Her ability to create highly researched and articulate motions has been a cornerstone of her career. Katherine’s hands-on experience in aiding attorneys with discovery readiness, preparing for hearings with witness and exhibit coordination, and conducting client communications has been invaluable. Her proficiency in reviewing discovery and body-worn camera footage for trial has made her an asset in trial preparations.
At the Law Offices of Clifton Black, PC, Katherine leverages her extensive experience to assist our team in handling cases with the utmost proficiency and care. Katherine’s background in various facets of the legal process equips her with the necessary tools to contribute to the success of our clients’ cases as she has committed herself to achieve the best outcome possible for each client. Katherine is dedicated to ensuring that every client at the Law Offices of Clifton Black, PC receives the highest level of service and expertise. Her meticulous attention to detail, combined with her broad experience, makes her a vital member of our team, committed to achieving maximum success for our clients.