Holly D. Krulik grew up in Coral Springs, Florida. She attended the University of Central Florida and participated in a program traveling around the world by ship studying comparative legal systems and cultures. In 1991, she graduated with a B.A. degree in Organizational Communications.
Holly attended the University Of Tulsa College Of Law and spent a semester studying law at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. She graduated from law school in 1995 and returned to South Florida to pursue her career as a trial lawyer.
In 1996, Holly started as a law clerk with Krupnick Campbell Malone Roselli Buser Slama & Hancock. She later became an associate with the firm in 1997 and then went on to become a partner.
She is actively involved in numerous professional associations including the Broward County Bar Association, the Broward County Trial Lawyers' Association, The Florida Bar, the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and Stephen R. Booher American Inn of Court. Holly is a past President of the Broward County Women Lawyers' Association and a past chairperson of the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers Women's Caucus. She is a member of the Public Education on the Courts Team (PECT).
Community-minded, Holly is a past president of the B'nai B'rith Justice Unit and remains an active member of their Board of Directors. She is a former co-president of the Sisterhood of Congregation Kol Tikvah. She assists the University Of Tulsa College Of Law as a member of the National Alumni Coordinating Committee. Holly received the Up & Comers Award in the Law category from the South Florida Business Journal and is a recipient of the Paul May Young Professionalism award from the Broward County Bar Association. In her free time, Holly enjoys lecturing to local high school classes on the legal profession and mentoring local law students.