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Kathy Greenier

Director of Emerging Careers

  • Profile

    Through student advising, employer outreach, and programming, Kathy Greenier is focused on cultivating opportunities in employment sectors for which law students and J.D.s have not traditionally been a significant portion of the applicant pool. Prior to joining the School of Law in 2021, she served as a practice manager and a senior consultant at Floricane. She also worked for the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia as the founding director of the organization’s Reproductive Freedom Project and the founding director of the Patricia M. Arnold Women’s Rights Project. Kathy received a B.A. in History from Mount Holyoke College and a J.D. from New York Law School.

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    • Memberships

      NALP - The Association for Legal Career Professionals (2021 - Present)


      Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Richmond Membership Committee Co-Chair (2018 - 2020)

    • Professional Experience

      Practice Manager and Senior Consultant (2015-2020)
      Floricane, Richmond, Va.


      Reproductive Freedom Project Director (2013-2015)
      American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia, Richmond, Va.


      Patricia M. Arnold Women's Rights Project Director (2010-2013)
      American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia, Richmond, Va.

  • Publications
    Journal Articles
    Virginia’s Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers: The Attempt to Regulate Abortion Out of Existence (with Rebecca Glenberg), Washington and Lee Law Review (2014).