Katie Reynolds, an associate in Dickinson Wright’s Washington D.C. office, is a member of the firm’s Political Law practice group. She provides counsel to clients in the areas of campaign finance and election law, government ethics, lobbying compliance, and tax-exempt organizations. Prior to joining the firm, Katie was with the Federal Election Commission, serving as Counsel to former Chairs Caroline C. Hunter and Matthew S. Petersen. In that role, she provided guidance on various enforcement and policy matters that came before the Commission and assisted them in editing legal documents and drafting statements. Additionally, she advised the Commissioners on relevant political issues, including the For the People Act (H.R. 1), the Honest Ads Act (H.R. 4077), and the SHIELD Act. She has also worked with several state and federal campaigns, including Senator Johnny Isakson’s 2016 re-election campaign and Governor Brian Kemp’s 2018 campaign.
University of AlabamaB.A., Political Science
- magna cum laude
- Honors College
University of Georgia School of LawJ.D.
- Mock Trial (Executive Board), Moot Court (Alternate), Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law
- District of Columbia
- Co-Author, "FEC Candidate Loan Repayment Limitation Ruled Unconstitutional in District Court Decision," Dickinson Wright Client Alert, June 2021
- Panelist, "Regulation of Political Speech Through Campaign Finance Laws and Litigation," Republican National Lawyers Association National Election Law Seminar, July 2020
- Co-Author, “Summary: SBA Financial Assistance Under the CARES Act”, Dickinson Wright Client Alert, April 2020
- Co-Author, "Congress Working to Pass the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”)," Dickinson Wright Client Alert, March 2020