Kate Foley, currently an Articles Editor for the Texas Tech Law Review, is a J.D. Candidate and anticipates graduating in May 2018. Kate grew up in Houston, Texas, and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Texas Tech University in 2015. She also received minors in General Business and Legal Studies. While attending Texas Tech University as an undergraduate, Kate was a Big XII athlete, playing on the Texas Tech Women’s Volleyball Team.
Kate tutors Professor Murphy’s civil procedure course and Professor Shannon’s property course, and serves as a research assistant to Professor Chiappinelli, researching various issues related to Delaware corporate law. Kate also volunteers at Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas Pro Bono Clinics with Texas Tech’s Family Law Society. After her 1L year, Kate interned with Judge Hatch at the 237th District Court of Texas, as well as a personal injury firm. Kate currently works in Tech Law’s Low Income TaxPayer Clinic. She recently completed clerkships with the law firms Gardere, Wynne & Sewell and Hartline Dacus Barger Dryer.