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Biography of Karin Gaudet-Asmus

Justice Breyer of the U.S. Supreme Court with Karin Gaudet-Asmus and her classmate, Fawas, in the UC Berkeley LLM Program, at a book-signing event in Berkeley, September, 2015

Karin has a broad interest in many areas of law, but is especially intrigued by European matters, the public sector, health care, and immigration issues. She is versatile, curious, and interested in procedural and other legal matters.  She has studied law in the Netherlands, England, Sweden, and the United States.

Karin received an LL.M. degree from UC Berkeley, School of Law, where she was elected President of a class of 200 LLM students for the 2015-2016 academic year.  She has a Master’s degree in European law, which she received in 2008 from Stockholm University, Sweden.  Before that, Karin completed two different Bachelor’s degrees at Tilburg University, the Netherlands: European & International Law; and Law & Public Affairs Management.

During her Bachelor’s studies in Tilburg, Karin interned at the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs for the problem-solving network called Solvit. Karin gave citizens advice on enforcing their European rights, for instance on issues of importing cars, paying taxes and the free movement of persons. As the derivative right to move and reside freely within the EU for third-country family members of EU citizens seemed problematic, Karin decided to write her Master’s thesis on this topic.

Through the Erasmus exchange program, Karin studied law at the University of Sheffield in England during her studies at Tilburg University.  One of her courses was Law & Medicine, a comparative law course on health care laws throughout the world, which sparked her interest in health care issues. In Tilburg, Karin followed courses that touched on the subject of the health care sector as well, such as public financing. After graduation from the Master’s degree, Karin worked for CAK (a Dutch governmental agency, focused on long-term healthcare policy and social benefits) for over three years. Next to her full-time job, Karin took courses at Erasmus University on the topic of healthcare management.

Karin worked in various functions for CAK. First, Karin worked for CAK’s administrative complaints’ department through USG Legal, a legal placement company. Then, Karin moved on to work at the administrative appeals section of CAK. As an appeals officer, Karin wrote administrative decisions and defended them in court when necessary, after writing and filing the briefs with the court. Finally, Karin worked for the policy and strategy section of CAK. As a policy advisor, Karin gave internal parties advice on how to execute health care, administrative and privacy laws properly and she represented CAK in meetings with outside parties, such as Dutch local governments, public agencies and ministries.

Karin resigned from her job at CAK to move to Ireland, where she started working for RJ Gaudet & Associates, LLC. Karin performs legal research, helps write briefs, assists with trials, and helps the firm with administrative matters.  In 2015, she worked as a volunteer for Las Americas, an immigration advocacy center in El Paso, TX on asylum applications.  In 2015, she taught a summer course on Dutch language and culture at the University of Texas at El Paso.

Karin is a member of the California bar association.  She is studying for the Texas bar exam.