Kathryn Lee (she/her) is an Honors College junior majoring in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Political Science and minoring in Law and History with a certificate in Women’s Leadership. Kathryn is currently an Aresty Research Assistant for constitutional law expert Professor Miller, assisting with research for her upcoming book about power, accountability, and constitutional myths. She enjoys competing with the Rutgers University Mock Trial Association, where she was recently awarded Outstanding Attorney by the American Mock Trial Association. She is a founding E-board member of the Rutgers Women’s Pre-Law Society, where she works to create an environment that supports and empowers women and non-binary pre-law students. She hopes to further her passion for consumer safety, elder and disability rights, reproductive justice, and food sovereignty through law. In her free time, Kathryn enjoys obnoxiously scream-singing, making wholly underappreciated puns, and exploring New Brunswick’s underground music scene.