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Katherine Florey is a Professor of Law at the University of California, Davis. Her scholarship focuses on conflict of laws, federal Indian law, and civil procedure. Within these fields, she is particularly interested in the extraterritorial application of law, theories of jurisdiction, and the powers of tribal courts. Her most recent publications are Beyond Uniqueness: Toward a Broader View of Tribal Courts' Jurisdiction, 101 Calif. L. Rev ___ (forthcoming 2013) and State Law, U.S. Power, Foreign Disputes: Understanding the Extraterritorial Effects of State Law in the Wake of Morrison v. National Australia Bank, 92 Boston U. L. Rev. 535 (2012).
Florey received her J.D. from UC Berkeley, where she received a full academic scholarship and the Thelen Marrin Award for graduating first in her class. Before joining the UC Davis faculty in 2007, she served as a law clerk to the Honorable William Fletcher of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
A.B, Harvard University (1993)
M.F.A., Warren Wilson College (1998)
J.D., UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall) (2004)
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