Kate Imeson



Kate graduated from the University of Leeds in July 2017 with a First-Class Law (International) degree. During which, she spent one year living in Sweden and studying at Uppsala University. She has studied modules including Commercial Law, Human Rights and European Private Law and wrote her dissertation on the UK’s failure to comply with the CRPD. She obtained prizes such as the DLA Piper UK Common Law Prize, the Hogan Lovells Prize in Contract Law and the DLA Piper UK Prize for Commercial Law.

She has volunteered with Luke Clements and the Cerebra Legal Entitlements and Problem-Solving (LEaP) Project at the University of Leeds, which provided legal advice to families experiencing problems accessing health, social care or other services.

She is now currently studying on the Legal Practice Course combined with a Masters degree in Law, Business and Management at the University of Law.

In her free time, Kate enjoys playing, coaching and umpiring netball for the local clubs. She also loves to travel and, amongst other places, has visited South Africa, China, Dubai and Russia.