Prior to commencing pupillage, Katie worked for Amicus as a caseworker, where she assisted with current death penalty cases in the United States, through disseminating vast quantities of documents whilst engaging her analysis skills for a range of appeals, and to develop alternative case theories.
Katie later moved her focused on an appeal for a Life Without Parole (LWOP) sentence, and examined the impact of LWOP and youth sentencing. Katie used this experience to write her Clinical Legal Education report; critically comparing the death penalty with LWOP, including the exploration of social and economic death, achieving a distinction for her work.
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