Katelin Gines

Katelin Gines

Katelin is a 3L at Drake University Law School and the Projects Editor of the Drake Journal of Agricultural Law. She developed an interest in food accessibility while spending a year and half in Uruguay on a humanitarian mission. Katelin chose to write her legal Note on food waste reduction through regulation which has been chosen to be published in the Drake Journal of Agricultural Law’s forthcoming 2019 summer issue. Before Law school, Katelin earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in history with a focus in modern Eastern Europe at Utah State University and worked as search engine optimization manager. While in law school, Katelin has served as the networking liaison for Drake Law Women and is now the organization’s president; is a member of the mediation team; leads the Integrated Study Group Leader Program as one of two fellows; and works as law clerk for a small general practice firm.  In her spare time, Katelin enjoys cooking new recipes, reading classic literature, and exploring the American West.

2018 Midwest Food Recovery
Summit Partner

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Questions?

Email iwrc@uni.edu.