Kate is a 3L at Georgetown Law in Cohort 5 of the Business Law Scholars program. She is passionate about the intersection of national security policy, trade compliance, and global business.
Kate is a member of Georgetown’s National Security Law Society, and a 1L Representative for If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice. She is also a National Council on International Trade Development (NCITD) scholarship recipient and participant in Georgetown’s RISE program.
Background & Experience
Prior to attending Georgetown Law, Kate worked as a Legal Practice Assistant at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP’s International Trade and National Security Practice. There, she conducted extensive factual and regulatory research, including sophisticated trends and enforcement analyses related to export and import controls, compliance obligations, sanctions requirements, foreign investment review, and national security policy.
As an undergraduate at Wellesley College, Kate received the Samuel and Hilda Levitt Fellowship and wrote her honors thesis on hostile work environment sexual harassment and speech act theory. She also worked as research assistant to a senior research scientist serving as an expert witness in Title IX sex discrimination cases.
Beyond Law School
Kate is from Los Angeles, California. In her free time, she enjoys national security podcasts, reading feminist philosophers, and doing NY Times crossword puzzles.
Wellesley College, BA Philosophy, cum laude, 2019
Georgetown Law, JD expected, 2024