Kenzie Legg is a second-year J.D. student at the University of Washington School of Law who is concurrently pursuing an LL.M. in Sustainable International Development. She spent the majority of her childhood in Poland before moving to the United States, and has also lived in France. Kenzie hopes to focus her legal practice on international humanitarian work. She is the co-president of the International Law Society, a member of the Board of Directors of UW’s Public Interest Law Society (a nonprofit focused on raising funds for public interest work), and will be participating in a clinic focusing on international human rights. She is a member of the Washington Law Review, and has interned at the Attorney General’s Office in Seattle, several small defense firms in Spokane, and multiple nonprofits.
During the summer of 2018, Kenzie interned as a law clerk in the Labor and Industries Division (LNI) of the Attorney General’s Office. Working primarily with the team that enforced the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act and other administrative regulations, she drafted pleadings and memoranda, prepared for hearing and depositions, counseled Department of Labor and Industries officials, and researched and briefed numerous issues relating to industrial safety.
In her spare time, Kenzie enjoys reading, riding horses, and enjoying the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.