Kate A. Shaw Biography
Kate A. Shaw Age, Birthday
A. Shaw is 61 years old as of 2022. She was born in January 1961 in Australia. Accordingly, Kate blows off her birthday candles in January every year and her zodiac sign is unknown.
Kate A. Shaw Husband
A. Shaw is happily married to her significant other, Chris Hayes, an American political commentator, author, and television news anchor who is an editor of The Nation Magazine. The lovebirds met at Brown University where they both graduated from. The two exchanged their wedding vows in 2007 and they are living happily together. Kate and her husband are the proud parents of three adorable children named; Elizabeth Shaw-Hayes ( born in 2011) David Emmanuel Shaw-Hayes ( born in 2014) and Anya Shaw-Hayes (born in 2018).
Shaw is living a blissful life with her husband, Chris and there are no rumors of extramarital affairs, conflict, and divorce.
Kate A. Shaw Education
Chris’ wife graduated from high school a few years ago. Then she proceeded and graduated from Brown University where she graduated earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2001. She later acquired her Juris Doctorate degree in the year 2006 from Northwestern University.
Kate A. Shaw Parents, Siblings
The professional is the daughter of Andy and Mary Shaw in Providence, Rhode Island, United States of America. His father was an award-winning Chicago journalist. She was brought up alongside two daughters. Kate’s sister, Elizabeth is the Chief Executive Officer of a Charter School network while her other sister, Emily operates as the director of a digital library at the Ohio State University. She holds Scottish heritage and belongs to Australian nationality.
Kate A. Shaw Height and Height
Shaw stands at an estimated height of 5 feet 7 inches and she weighs 73 kg.
Kate A. Shaw Wikipedia
She is a professional lawyer and professor, currently serving as the co-director of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Professor and Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy and Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Professor. Working as a professor of law, her teachings and research interests include constitutional law, election law, administrative law, the Supreme Court, and gender and sexual orientation and the law.
During her life at Northwestern University, Shaw operated as the chief editor of the university’s Law Review. She is also a fellow of the Administrative Conference of the United States. Her previous professional job description involves administrative work for arbiters like Judge Richard A. Posner of the United States Court of Appeal for the seventh circuit and Justice John Paul Stevens of the United States Supreme Court.