Kirsten M. Fish joined Needham Kepner & Fish LLP in 2002 and became a partner in 2007. She focuses her practice on personal injury, wrongful death and elder abuse litigation.
Kirsten is the co-author of “Litigating Financial Abuse Actions Against Institutions, Agents and Fiduciaries” in CEB’s California Elder Law Litigation: An Advocate’s Guide. She is a frequent guest lecturer, presenting the annual “What’s New in Tort & Trial” seminar in Northern California since 2010 and speaking on numerous topics relating to elder abuse litigation. Kirsten is also the Director of Writing Curriculum at Lincoln Law School in San Jose and has also taught Legal Research and Writing to first year law students at Lincoln since 2009.