Katherine graduated from her undergraduate degree at the University of Oxford with a First in Jurisprudence, as well as the Law Network Prize for Outstanding Results and Degree Performance and the Tutorial Committee prize for Outstanding Results. Prior to commencing her undergraduate degree, Katherine worked for Berkshire NHS CAMHS. During her undergraduate degree, she completed internships at Save the Children International and Deloitte LLP.
Katherine was awarded a Distinction and the Tempany Prize in Medical Ethics and Law in her master’s degree in Medical Ethics and Law at King’s College London. During her master’s she was a research assistant to Imogen Gould and Cressida Auckland, and also worked as a Civil Servant in the Department of International Trade. She continued in her Civil Service role during her BPC at the Inns of Court College of Advocacy, from which she graduated as the top performing student in her final Examination in Chief assessment.