Kathleen M. Cusack

Kathleen M. CusackClass of 2017
Editor in Chief, Volume 42
Staff Member, Volume 41

Katie was raised in Massachusetts, and graduated from the University of Rochester with a B.A. in International Relations. Before attending the University of North Carolina School of Law, Katie interned in the German Bundestag and Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, contracted as a translator of patents, and worked for Bose Corp. During her second semester, she interned in the North Carolina General Assembly in the office of Senator Bingham, and the spent the following summer interning at ABB's North America Headquarters. In the summer of 2016, Katie will return to the Washington D.C. office of Kelley Drye & Warren LLP.

Blog Posts

Kanpai! TPP could help Japanese craft brewers and U.S. grain growers

Japan's most widely available beers are clear, medium-bodied lagers, but its beer market is infamously opaque for craft brewers and importers. The Trans-Pacific Partnership would probably open that market for a wider variety of brews, especially those that use imported wheat and barley.

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No Comments | Posted by Kathleen M. Cusack (Katie) on Thu. February 18, 2016 2:05 AM
Categories: Food and agriculture, Free Trade, Japan, Reports (longer, analytical blog posts), United States

WTO Moves to Reel in Fishy Subsidies

A new, collaborative approach by the WTO's Ministerial Conference may help convince more of the organization's members to support a ban on subsidies that facilitate ecologically harmful overfishing.
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No Comments | Posted by Kathleen M. Cusack (Katie) on Sun. February 14, 2016 12:50 PM
Categories: Conservation, Food and agriculture, Japan, Natural resources, World Trade Organization
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