Catherine Mitri serves as the firm's office manager and legal assistant. A native Spanish speaker who grew up in Honduras, Catherine is well-positioned to provide interpretation and translation for the firm's Spanish speaking clients. Catherine attended the University of Washington and graduated with a degree in Sociology and Law, Society, and Justice in 2018. Prior to working for the Law Office of Amy Muth, Catherine worked for a law firm that focused on personal injury and worker's compensation claims for predominantly Spanish-speaking clients. Through that experience, she became keenly aware of the challenges Spanish-speaking clients often face when navigating the legal system.
While attending UW, she volunteered with Humanity and Hope United, a nonprofit organization that works with communities in Honduras to create sustainable change. As a volunteer, she traveled to Centro Penal Danlí, a prison in Tegucigalpa and developed an interest in criminal justice issues. She also worked with Prison Scholar Fund to help provide education for inmates.
Catherine's work with the Honduran community and background in criminal justice issues make her an excellent fit for our law practice and our Spanish-speaking clients. She is often the first point of contact for our new clients and will treat you with compassion, empathy, and humanity.