Versatile media professional with more than 10 years of experience reporting and writing on a variety of topics for various publications. Whether it involves the legal world, arts and entertainment, or the environment, I enjoy telling the seldom heard story or adding a new twist to a familar subject through my writing, while utilizing my skills and interest in photography, multi media, and new media, when I can.
Animal Law By Kathryn Alfisi Whether it was the deluge of media coverage of headline-grabbing stories such as the Michael Vick dogfighting scandal and the Menu Foods recall, or the more tabloid-friendly accounts of billionaire Leona Helmsley leaving $12 million to her white Maltese in her will, and Ellen DeGeneres breaking a contract with a dog rescue group, animal-related stories took center in 2007.
A Conversation With Chief Judge Satterfield Interview By Kathryn Alfisi Now in the last year of his first term as chief judge of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, Lee F. Satterfield has built on the strong foundation left by former Chief Judge Rufus G.
Above the Guidelines By Kathryn Alfisi The legal community is well versed in pro bono. Numerous legal services providers exist to help low-income clients, campaigns are built around the issue, and law firms as well as individual lawyers contribute time and money to promote access to justice.
Ensuring Justice for All: The White House Plan By Kathryn Alfisi A White House announcement on September 24, 2015, may signal a change in the federal government's involvement in access to justice efforts.