kate huddleston legal fellow


Yale Law Journal Fellow



Kate Huddleston focuses on issues at the intersection of policing and immigrants’ rights. During her time with the ACLU, she has worked with a courtappointed monitor to ensure implementation of a structural injunction, requiring the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office to refrain from certain racial profiling practices and work evaluating detainer policies and practices. Kate graduated from Princeton University in 2011 and taught high school world history in southern Texas before law school. At Yale, she was a member of the Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic.