Mariah E. Mastrodimos

Mariah E. Mastrodimos

Mariah Mastrodimos is a litigation associate in the San Francisco office of Munger, Tolles & Olson.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Mastrodimos was a summer associate at MTO and assisted the trial team for Vanessa Bryant in her landmark civil rights victory against the LA County Sheriff’s and Fire Departments.

Ms. Mastrodimos earned her J.D. from Stanford Law School, where she was awarded the Urban A. Sontheimer First-Year Honor and was selected as a Bradley Fellow. She was a member of Stanford’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, where she contributed to the merits briefing in Dubin v. United States, a case involving the federal identity-theft statute. She received three awards from the Stanford Law Review for her work on the Notes Committee and as a member editor. Ms. Mastrodimos also received the Daniel S. Goodman prize for her student note.

She graduated summa cum laude from Scripps College with a B.A. in chemistry. Before attending law school, Ms. Mastrodimos spent a year in Taiwan on a Fulbright Fellowship.

Publications 

  •  Note, Self-Imposed Agency Deadlines, 75 Stanford Law Review 675 (2023).
  • Diego A. Zambrano, Mariah E. Mastrodimos & Sergio F.Z. Valente, The Full Faith and Credit Clause and the Puzzle of Abortion Laws, 98 NYU Law Review Online 382 (2023).

Publications 

  •  Note, Self-Imposed Agency Deadlines, 75 Stanford Law Review 675 (2023).
  • Diego A. Zambrano, Mariah E. Mastrodimos & Sergio F.Z. Valente, The Full Faith and Credit Clause and the Puzzle of Abortion Laws, 98 NYU Law Review Online 382 (2023).