Krystan brings over seven years of public service and advocacy experience which includes litigation, mediation, and trial work.
Krystan is a skilled litigator with experience in affirmative survivor and city representation, intersectional gun violence prevention, gun violence litigation education, and amicus briefing. She is a graduate of NYU Law School and Hampton University and is admitted to practice in New York State and the Southern District of New York. She practices out of Everytown’s New York Office.
Krystan has spoken at several events including the 2020 Law Firm Antiracism Alliance Gun Violence Prevention Panel, the ACS Washington DC Lawyer Chapter, the ACS George Washington Law School Student Chapter Gun Violence Prevention Panel, and the 2021 Ohio NAACP Annual Convention.
Prior to working at Everytown Law, Krystan represented the New York City Administration for Children Services and served as an Excelsior Fellow at the New York State Office of Children & Family Services.
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30 percent of guns recovered by ATF in California have no serial number on them, making it impossible for law enforcement to trace.