Kaitlin T. Street is an Associate at Keystone Law Group, P.C. Prior to becoming an associate, Kaitlin interned as a summer law clerk at Keystone, where she gained valuable experience in legal research and writing, including motion practice, and the drafting of discovery and discovery responses; trial preparation; and representation of clients at hearings. Before working at Keystone, Kaitlin interned at the Supreme Court of Ghana through the Sudreau Global Justice Program, where she clerked for multiple Supreme Court Justices and volunteered with Legal Aid to serve the unjustly incarcerated.

In law school, Kaitlin was an associate editor of the Pepperdine Law Review as well as a member and Vice President of the Pepperdine Law Honors Trial Advocacy Team. Additionally, Kaitlin participated in the Pepperdine Law Community Justice Clinic, where she directly assisted nonprofits who support underserved communities by providing corporate counsel and services. In her final year of law school, Kaitlin was inducted into the National Order of the Barristers and received a Terry M. Giles Honors Scholarship, an award selected by the law school deans and Terry M. Giles based on scholastic achievement, excellence in oral advocacy, personality, and character.

Kaitlin Street


Kaitlin received her undergraduate degree in Rhetoric and Writing from the University of Texas at Austin Liberal Arts Honors Program and her law degree from Pepperdine Caruso School of Law. While at Pepperdine, Kaitlin also received a Certificate in Dispute Resolution.


  • National Order of the Barristers


Outside of the office, Kaitlin enjoys movies, art, theatre, reading, and staying active.