A creative and innovative thinker, Kate uses her research and writing skills to assist clients.
Kate brings experience in litigation and transactional legal issues, conducting research and drafting briefs and memoranda for matters in multiple sectors. Before law school, she spent three years in the nonprofit sector, including two years as a health insurance Benefits Counselor and ACA Specialist at the Minnesota AIDS Project (now JustUs Health), where she later returned as a law clerk. Kate served as a student attorney in the Family Law Clinic at the University of Minnesota, and then as a student director, mentoring students in written work and clinic procedures. Upon graduation, Kate served as a law clerk to the Honorable Justices Natalie E. Hudson and Margaret H. Chutich of the Minnesota Supreme Court. Most recently, Kate has volunteered with Gender Justice as a law clerk, drafting briefs concerning Title VII, Title IX, the MHRA and more.
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- Press Release02.10.2021
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- Minnesota, 2019
University of Minnesota School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2019
- Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice, Lead Managing Editor
Saint Olaf College, B.A., Political Science, 2013