Kate MacMullin

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Kate MacMullin
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As part of Harvard’s Domestic Violence and Family Law Clinic, Ms. MacMullin represented individuals experiencing domestic violence in seeking orders of protection and provided legal assistance on a range of family law matters.

"I chose to join Sanford Heisler Sharp because of their proven effectiveness in challenging corporate power and advocating on behalf of working people. I am thrilled to be joining a team that is immensely talented and deeply committed to pursuing social justice."

I am so grateful to have had David Sanford, David Tracey, Kate MacMullin and Alex Johnson fight for me. They never once wavered in believing in my case and helped me not only settlement wise, but also in sending the long-coming message to my firm that their mistreatment of women was no longer tolerated, nor will we stay quiet any longer. The team clearly demonstrated their expertise in employment discrimination law throughout my case. I felt that they always had my best interests at hand. They were very professional but also very good, patient listeners. And just overall good, genuine people. I used to blame myself for what happened, but now I have clarity and closure about the reality of the situation and can confidently move forward with my life and my future endeavors. A Former Client

David Sanford, David Tracey, Kate MacMullin and Alex Johnson provided me with endless support and careful guidance through one of the most challenging chapters of my career. After experiencing discrimination in the workplace, I felt helpless and afraid. The team at Sanford Heisler Sharp spoke with me for months to develop trust and share the information I needed to make a decision regarding legal representation. During this time, I never felt pressured to rush to an answer as my own interests and goals were always put first by the team.

Sanford Heisler Sharp gave me the courage to stand up for myself, and I feel extremely fortunate to have been represented by such sincere, talented and hardworking individuals. Thanks to the team, I have moved on to the next phase of my career with renewed confidence, inspiration and passion. I highly recommend Sanford Heisler Sharp to anyone navigating a similarly difficult situation. I'm so glad I went forward with the support of this group! A Former Client

Kate MacMullin is an Associate in the New York office of Sanford Heisler Sharp, LLP, a national law firm with offices in the District of Columbia, New York, California, Tennessee, and Maryland. She received her J.D. magna cum laude from Harvard Law School and her B.A. magna cum laude from Brown University.

Ms. MacMullin first joined Sanford Heisler Sharp as a Summer Associate in 2017. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. MacMullin clerked for the Honourable Michael J. Moldaver on the Supreme Court of Canada.

During law school, Ms. MacMullin served as an Executive Content Editor for the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender. As part of Harvard’s Domestic Violence and Family Law Clinic, Ms. MacMullin represented individuals experiencing domestic violence in seeking orders of protection and provided legal assistance on a range of family law matters. She also interned with Legal Services NYC’s Civil Rights Justice Initiative.

Education

  • J.D., Harvard Law School, 2018, magna cum laude
  • B.A., Brown University, 2015, magna cum laude

Clinics

  • Domestic Violence and Family Law Clinic – Legal Services Center, Harvard Law School

Clerkships

  • Honourable Michael J. Moldaver, Supreme Court of Canada

Bar Admissions

  • New York, 2019

Court Admissions

  • United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York

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