Kath Rogers

Kath Rogers
Adjunct Professor
J.D., Thomas Jefferson School of Law, magna cum laude
B.A., University of California, San Diego, provost honors
Phone: (619) 886-9259

Professor Rogers has worked extensively in the non-profit sector, including serving as Special Projects Director for Climate Action Campaign, as statewide director for Proposition 35 (against human trafficking), as Southern California coordinator for Proposition 2 (humane treatment of animals), and co-founding the Animal Protection and Rescue League. She currently serves as chair of the Hillcrest Town Council.

While in law school, Professor Rogers served as a clinical fellow in the Veterans Legal Assistance Clinic, earned the VLAC alumni award, and was the inaugural recipient of the Samuel Kossack Social Justice Award.

In private practice, Professor Rogers has represented a variety of clients, including in a federal class action lawsuit on behalf of individuals who are homeless. As a research fellow and adjunct professor, she has taught Introduction to Climate Law and Policy, and has presented her work in the United States, China, and Mexico.