Natalie Kirchhoff focuses her practice on complex litigation matters. 

During law school, Ms. Kirchhoff was a clinic student with Yale Law School’s San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project, where she worked with Deputy City Attorneys to conceive, develop, and litigate innovative public-interest lawsuits and defend progressive city ordinances. She also worked as a law intern with the Campaign Legal Center in Washington DC and as a clinic student with Yale Law School’s Liman Center for Public Interest Law, where she focused on election law and legislative reform. Earlier in her career, Ms. Kirchhoff worked at a Columbia University initiative mobilizing research partnerships with governments, organizations, businesses, and communities to address pressing global challenges.  


  • Education

    • JD, Yale Law School, 2023

      Forum Editor, Yale Law Journal 

      Articles Editor, Yale Law & Policy Review 

    • BA, American Culture Studies and Political Science, Washington University in St. Louis, 2017

      magna cum laude

      with distinction

      Phi Beta Kappa

  • Admissions

    • District of Columbia



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