Attorney Karin Jønch-Clausen practices criminal law focusing on appeals and post-conviction issues.
Attorney Jønch-Clausen attended University of Wisconsin Law School, graduating with a degree of Juris Doctor in 2020. At the University of Wisconsin, Attorney Jønch-Clausen had the opportunity to work at the Center for Integrity in Forensic Sciences where she assisted in the consultation on criminal cases featuring unreliable forensic science findings and at Wisconsin Innocence Project where she earned the Melvin J. Friedman Memorial Scholarship for her outstanding work in the role. After graduating, Attorney Jønch-Clausen continued assisting the project with clients and in developing its wrongful convictions curriculum.
Prior to obtaining her J.D., Attorney Jønch-Clausen completed a Ph.D. in political philosophy at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. She has taught classes at University of Copenhagen Department of Philosophy and Faculty of Law, and she has published both law review and peer reviewed articles in the intersection between philosophy and law.