Katelyn has recently graduated from the Bachelor of Laws (Hons I)/ Bachelor of Economics at the University of Queensland. Katelyn most recently worked as a tutor at the University of Queensland School of Economic, teaching microeconomic theory and microeconomic policy. Katelyn has also worked as a research assistant at the TC Beirne School of Law in maritime and shipping law. Previously, Katelyn worked at law firm King & Wood Mallesons in Intellectual Property and Technology, and at consulting engineering firm Hatch in the legal team. Katelyn has also undertaken internships at law firms Allens Linklaters, and Corrs Chambers Westgarth in energy and resources, and projects. During her degree, Katelyn studied international financial regulation at the London School of Economics, and completed a research paper on Australian financial services regulation through her studies at the University of Queensland.