2018-19 Technology Editor, 2017-18 Senior Editor, 2017 Contributor
Kasia is a fourth-year student at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law pursuing a joint JD & LLM in Tax. She is a graduate of Boston University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and a Master of Education in Policy, Planning and Administration. Additionally, she completed a graduate certificate in Database Design and Administration at the University of Denver.
Kasia completed the first two-and-a-half years of law school in Denver Law’s evening program. Her prior professional experience is in higher education where she has nearly a decade-and-a-half of experience in enrollment management and financial aid advising and management.
Kasia has gained a variety of legal experience in law school, including: working in the in-house legal department at TTEC, the tax group at Fox Rothschild, as a professor’s research assistant, and as a contract analyst with a start-up. Most recently, she spent the summer working at Alvarez & Marsal in the compensation and benefits group. Kasia also worked with two tax clinics last year – providing tax advice to student attorneys in the Community Economic Development Clinic and working with clients in the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic. In January, Kasia and her partner won the LLM Division of the 2019 ABA Law Student Tax Challenge.
In addition to her involvement with The Race to the Bottom, Kasia is an Associate Editor with the Denver Law Review. She recently published an article in the Denver Law Review Online analyzing the Supreme Court’s decision in Murphy v. NCAA, upholding New Jersey’s regulation of sports-betting in violation of (a now-unconstitutional) federal law under the principles of the anti-commandeering doctrine.
In her free time, Kasia enjoys gardening, hiking, snowboarding, and otherwise enjoying the Colorado outdoors.
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