Class of 2013
Articles Editor, Volume 38
Staff, Volume 37
Kat Slager is a third-year law student who hails from Raleigh, NC. Before joining Carolina Law, Kat served for three years in the Peace Corps. She spent two years in Mauritania, West African and one year in China teaching English in remote communities.
Since arriving at UNC, Kat has been very involved in many extra-curricular activities. She was elected to serve as 1L Class Representative on UNC's Student Bar Association, and continues to serve after twice being elected Secretary of the SBA. Additionally, Kat is active in the International and Comparative Law Organization (serving as Vice-President), American Constitution Society, Street Law, and Carolina Law Ambassadors. For the 2012-2013 school year, Kat will also have the honor of serving as a Dean's Fellow International, helping incoming LLM students adjust to life at UNC law. Kat will also serve as Articles Editor for the NC Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation.
Kat's legal work experiences have included an externship with the North Carolina National Guard's JAG office, a half-summer internship with Chapel Hill's The Women's Center, a full summer internship at the USDOJ's Office of Legal Policy in Washington, DC, and serving as Research Assistant to Professor William P. Marshall.
Legality, Legitimacy and Anticipatory Self-Defense: Considering an Israeli Preemptive Strike on Iran's Nuclear Program
Volume 38 - Issue 1, Fall 2012, Page 267
Full Article Text
Katherine Slager, Legality, Legitimacy and Anticipatory Self-Defense: Considering an Israeli Preemptive Strike on Iran's Nuclear Program, 38 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Comm. Reg. 235 (2012).