Kate Fetrow / Cochran Fellow

Kate jointed NSB as a Cochran Fellow in 2019. While at Stanford Law School, Kate participated in the Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, where she worked on several briefs before the United State Supreme Court, including the merits brief on behalf of the Petitioner in Manuel v. City of Joliet, 137 S.Ct. 911 (2017), in which the Supreme Court held that claims for malicious prosecution can be brought under the Fourth Amendment. She also gained experience on a wide range of civil rights and civil litigation issues by working as a researcher for several professors, leading several student groups focused on issues of social justice, publishing a note in the Stanford Law Review arguing for expanded Fourteenth Amendment rights, and serving as a teaching assistant for a course on Federal Courts. Additionally, she gained litigation experience through internships and externships with the ACLU and through pro bono criminal work.

Education
  • Stanford Law School, J.D.
    • Associate Editor, Stanford Law & Policy Review
    • Dean’s Prize for Outstanding Performance in Constitutional Litigation, Federal Courts, Civil Procedure, Administrative Law, Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, Legal Ethics, Torts, and Social Justice Impact Litigation
    • Kirkland & Ellis Scholar
    • Pro bono highest¬†distinction
    • Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellow
    • Ford Foundation Fellow
    • Public Interest Fellow
    • Kirkwood Moot Court Competition
  • Bates College, B.A. with Honors,¬†cum laude
Publications
  • Taking Abortion Rights Seriously: Towards a Holistic Undue Burden Jurisprudence, 70 Stan. L. Rev. 319 (2018)
  • Reclaiming Rights: Indigenous Peoples and State Sovereignty, 2 Williams C. L. J. 12 (2013)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Phone: (212) 965-9081
Fax: (212) 965-9084

katef@nsbcivilrights.com
CLERKSHIP
Hon. David J. Barron, U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit 
Hon. Charles R. Breyer, U.S. District District Court for the Northern District of California
ADMISSIONS
New York


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