Washington University School of Law,
, Frederick Eppenberger Scholar in Law
College of Charleston Honors College,
B.A., International Studies and Spanish, magna cum laude, 2018
, Harry and Reba Huge Scholar and William Aiken Fellow
Most Accomplished Spanish Major
Missouri Bar Association
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
First Place Oral Advocate Award Winner
Wiley Rutledge Moot Court Competition
South Carolina State Champion
Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest
Thompson Coburn LLP;
Power 2 the Polls
Founder of grassroots voter engagement organization
Katherine supports complex commercial litigation by assisting with legal research, document review, client communication, and motion practice.
As an associate in the Business Litigation practice group, Katherine assists clients in litigation matters at both the state and federal level.
While in law school, Katherine served as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Judge Raymond Gruender of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, an intern for the Eastern District of Missouri's United States Attorney's Office, an in-house legal extern at Emerson Electric, and a Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant.
In the summer of 2020, Katherine co-founded the grassroots voter engagement organization, Power 2 the Polls, which has registered over 300 people to vote across Missouri, Illinois, South Carolina, and Washington D.C.
Katherine earned a J.D. from Washington University School of Law in 2021 where she served as Executive Notes Editor for the Journal of Law & Policy and the Vice President of Community Service and Civic Engagement for the Graduate Professional Council.
She earned a bachelor's degree in International Studies and Spanish from the College of Charleston Honors College and was recognized as the Most Accomplished Spanish Major upon graduating. Before college, Katherine published a hundred-page book entitled The Afterdeath which explores what different belief systems understand about the afterlife and was the South Carolina State Champion for the Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest.
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