Corinne Baker Ketchum joined Pearson Butler after graduating from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. Prior to law school, Corinne worked as a family law paralegal at Pearson Butler and is well versed in family law matters. During law school, she interned for firms in Idaho and Arizona, focusing her work on family law and civil appeals.
Corinne now focuses her work exclusively on post-divorce retirement division, or QDROs. She is efficient and organized – two skills that help her excel in a QDRO practice.
Corinne was born and raised in Idaho, and she looks forward to snowmobiling in the snowy Idaho mountains every winter. During law school, Corinne was heavily involved in Moot Court and served as an executive board member for the ASU Moot Court team. She represented her school as a competitor at the National Appellate Advocacy Competition in New York City in 2018. Corinne is a member of The Order of the Barristers, a national honor society that recognizes individuals who have excelled in oral advocacy and brief writing. Corinne also has an undergraduate degree in Piano Performance. When she is not at the office, Corinne can be found teaching piano and occasionally performing.
- Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
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