Kathryn Randolph, Georgetown Law '21, is the inaugural State and Local Justice Fellow at GULC's Project on State and Local Government Policy and Law. A graduate of New York University (A.B. '16) Kathryn worked in field organizing with Clean Water Action in Michigan prior to entering law school. There, she focused on state-level issues ranging from promoting a statewide septic code to shutting down an outdated oil pipeline violating its easement. Her work with CWA to shape environmental policy in her home state led to her interest in state law and election law.
During law school, Kathryn worked with Represent Us, a non-profit tackling election reform and anti-corruption measures, and with the Federal Trade Commission's Consumer Protection Bureau. She was also a short-term fellow with the Washington Bureau of the Nation Urban League, working with the Equitable Justice team to monitor developments in federal courts, advocate for policy changes in federal agencies, and collaborate with other civil rights organizations in promoting voting rights. Her research focus at SALPAL will include election law and administration in the states.
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