Ms. Mustoe joined Feis Goldy LLC in September 2016, after graduating from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis in May 2016. During law school, Ms. Mustoe served as Executive Notes Editor for the Journal of Law and Policy and was involved with the Women’s Law Caucus and Law Students for Reproductive Justice. She gained significant experience serving indigent communities and working in different areas of Civil Rights Law, including work with the Legal Assistance Foundation in Chicago and the Federal Public Defender in Southern Illinois, and Advocates for Justice, a public interest law firm in New York City that specializes in ensuring equal access to education for New York area children.
Ms. Mustoe received her Bachelors in Arts Cum Laude from Northwestern University in Political Science in 2011. She wrote her Honors Thesis on mass incarceration and resulting political disenfranchisement of urban minorities. As part of her degree, Ms. Mustoe studied comparative politics and social policy for a year at the University of Oxford in the U.K.