Katie Corrigan is the Director of Workplace Flexibility 2010 (WF2010), a public policy initiative at Georgetown Law. Corrigan is responsible for overseeing WF2010’s campaign to support the development of comprehensive national policy on workplace flexibility, including political strategy, legislative lawyering, policy research, media, and coalition work. Corrigan began working with WF2010 during her tenure as Visiting Professor of Law and Assistant Director of the Georgetown’s Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic where she worked with 2 graduate fellows and 12 law students each semester to provide quality legislative lawyering services to the Clinic's non-profit clients (e.g., Catholic Charities USA).
Corrigan has over a decade of experience working in the federal legislative arena. She was legal counsel on disability policy for Senator Tom Harkin on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, serving as the lead Senate staffer on a range of disability legislation. She was also a legislative counsel at the American Civil Liberties Union, where she worked on privacy issues and led coalition efforts that included organizations from across the political spectrum. Katie Corrigan is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and received her law degree from Georgetown Law.