Kate Griffin is an associate in the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice Group.
Kate received her J.D. from the Washington University School of Law, where she was Commentaries editor for the Washington Law Review and president of the International Law Society. Her note, The Good Faith Inquiry: What About the Worker Ants?, was published in Vol. 99, Issue 4 of that journal. Kate’s article, Speech as a Pretext for Deportation: When the Only Choice is Silence, was also published in Vol. 29 of the Willamette Journal of International Law & Dispute Resolution. She has a B.S. (summa cum laude) in Political Science and Spanish from Florida State University.
Prior to law school, Kate worked as a felony clerk in the Public Defender’s Office of the Second Judicial Circuit. While in law school, she interned for the St. Louis Equal Housing & Opportunity Council, as well as her school’s appellate clinic. Through the appellate clinic, she represented a client in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.