Catherine Seita is a Litigation Fellow at Sanford Heisler Sharp.
Catherine received her law degree from Stanford Law School and her undergraduate degree in psychology from Cornell University. While at Stanford Law, Catherine was a Public Interest Fellow and served on the board of the Asian and Pacific Islander Law Students Association. She was also a student attorney at the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic and participated in the Immigration Pro Bono Project. Catherine spent her law school summers interning with the Democracy & Civic Engagement Program of the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California, as well as the Brooklyn Housing Unit of the Legal Aid Society of New York. She graduated from Stanford with Pro Bono Distinction.
When Catherine is not lawyering, she enjoys reading, window shopping, and practicing her Japanese.
- J.D., Stanford Law School
- B.A., Cornell University