Kenton Atta-Krah is an associate in the White Collar Defense and Internal Investigations practice group. He has assisted with client representation in civil litigation and white collar matters, including internal corporate investigations, regulatory agency investigations and matters before the United Nations Dispute Tribunal. He is also a contributor to Day Pitney’s White Collar Roundup Newsletter.
Kenton’s community involvement includes assisting in the pro bono representation of an inmate in a Section 1983 civil rights action and the defense of tort claims against a non-profit.
While in law school, he was a research assistant to Professor Doriane Coleman and interned with the CWS-RDU Immigration and Refugee Program, which provides legal assistance to individuals and families on immigration matters. In the summer of 2012, he was a summer associate with Accra, Ghana-based law firm Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah, where he assisted in litigation matters. Kenton was a summer apprentice with Day Pitney in 2013.
High Honors2009Juan Rouara-Parella Prize, Butterfield Prize, Pi Delta Phi, Wesleyan Student Assembly