Assistant Professor of Law
Director, Criminal Defense and Advocacy Clinic
John and Frances Angelos Law Center, Room 432
Administrative Assistant: Stephanie Lee
John and Frances Angelos Law Center, Room 412
LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center
J.D., Georgetown University Law Center
B.A., Claremont McKenna College
Areas of Expertise
Kronick teaches constitutional criminal procedure and is director of the Criminal Defense and Advocacy Clinic. Students in the clinic, which will launch in spring 2023, will represent indigent individuals on misdemeanor cases in Baltimore City District Court. Kronick’s scholarship derives from her experiences as a former public defender and clinician, writing in the areas of forensic science, post-conviction litigation, sentencing, and intellectual disability.
Prior to joining the University of Baltimore faculty, Kronick was a practitioner-in-residence in the Criminal Justice Clinic-Defense at American University Washington College of Law. In that role, Kronick supervised law students on misdemeanor cases in Montgomery County, Maryland and compassionate release cases in D.C. Superior Court. Before entering academia, she was an assistant deputy public defender with the New Jersey Office of the Public Defender, where she represented individuals charged with felony offenses, from drug distribution to homicide.
Kronick was also a Prettyman Fellow in the Criminal Justice Clinic at Georgetown University Law Center, during which she represented indigent individuals charged with misdemeanors and felonies, as well as supervised law students on their misdemeanor cases. Immediately after law school, Kronick clerked for Judge Neal E. Kravitz on D.C. Superior Court.
Articles and Essays
Forensic Science and the Judicial Conformity Problem , 51 Seton Hall L. Rev. 589 (2021).