Nick Warshaw is an associate attorney at Olson Remcho. Mr. Warshaw advises candidates, advocacy groups, and non-profit clients on compliance with campaign finance law and lobbying regulations. Mr. Warshaw also represents clients in litigation over election law, public policy, and constitutional issues.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Warshaw was an associate at Paul Hastings, LLP, where his work focused on commercial real estate purchase and sale, development, and finance agreements. During law school, he interned at Google Inc. and NextGen Climate Action, a Super PAC.
Before law school, Mr. Warshaw worked on the Obama for America presidential campaign, as well as campaigns at the local, state, and congressional levels. After college, he served as an aide to Senator Art Torres (Ret.) at California’s State Stem Cell Agency, the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM). Later he ran business development for Rally.org, an online fundraising platform, used by political candidates, nonprofits, and individuals to effectively raise money online.
Mr. Warshaw authored several articles on an innovative private-sector model for campaign finance reform, published in the UCLA Law Review, the Daily Journal, the Washington Monthly. Most recently, Mr. Warshaw authored a chapter in the book Democracy by the People, a book from Cambridge Press.
Throughout his career, he has been an active member of nonprofit organizations and advocacy groups. Currently, Mr. Warshaw serves on the board of the American Constitution Society (Bay Area Chapter) and is a partner in the Truman National Security Project.