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Professional Experience: 

Kristen S. Swift is an Associate Attorney at Tybout, Redfearn & Pell.  Kristen litigates a wide array of civil issues and has extensive experience providing positive case outcomes to insurance companies and similar business clients. 

Prior to joining TR&P, Kristen was an in-house attorney for a Fortune 100 insurance company and spent some time in private practice. Kristen earned her Bachelor of Science degree in 2005 from West Chester University and managed a medical social work department for several years before pursuing a legal education. Kristen studied law abroad at the Université de Lausanne in Switzerland and at Venice International University in Italy before graduating magna cum laude from the Delaware Law School in 2014. While in law school, Kristen was selected to receive a Wolcott Fellowship and clerked for former Justice Jack B. Jacobs of the Delaware Supreme Court. Kristen also interned for both the Honorable Leonard P. Stark in the U.S. District Court, District of Delaware, and for the Honorable Mary F. Walrath in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Delaware.

Kristen and her family enjoy volunteering and together coordinate a monthly event preparing food for those who struggle with homelessness and hunger. Kristen is current Assistant Editor of the American Bar Association Business and Corporate Litigation Committee Newsletter and enjoys membership in the American and Delaware Bar Associations, local Inns of Court, and the Defense Counsel of Delaware. Kristen has been published on a variety of topics including eco/medical tourism, corporate governance, and work-life balance. 

Bar Admissions: 
J.D., Delaware Law School (2014)
B.S., West Chester University of Pennsylvania (2005)
Delaware Bar Association
American Bar Association
The Randy J. Holland Workers’ Compensation Inn of Court
Defense Counsel of Delaware
Mother Lawyer: A Perspective on Work/Life Balance, The Bencher, November/December 2016
Straight to the Heart: Does Merck & Co’s $100 Million Dollar NuvaRing Settlement Offer Reflect Failed Governance Policies?, Jurist – Dateline, April 7, 2014