Katherine Mirassou is an associate in the firm’s political law section. She provides national political law advice to the regulated community, with a focus on several fields including campaign finance, lobbying disclosure, government ethics, and PAC and nonprofit compliance. Her expertise includes political law considerations for nonprofits, organizational governance issues for entities engaged in politics and federal, state and local election laws.
Ms. Mirassou graduated magna cum laude from Santa Clara University School of Law, where she was a clinical student with the Northern California Innocence Project and the International Human Rights Clinic. While pursuing her law degree, Ms. Mirassou gained experience supporting a variety of nonprofit organizations. In her previous position with the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, she worked on issues related to government and election law, including drafting memos to support legislation and facilitating the launch of a donor table on civic engagement in Louisiana. She earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of California Santa Barbara.