Associate Attorney Kirin Goff helps clients with legal issues primarily related to political, employment, wage and labor law.
Before joining TLG, Kirin worked mostly on public health law and policy. Most recently, she wrote health regulations and led rulemakings at the Arizona Department of Health Services, a process that included legal drafting, economic impact assessment and stakeholder input. During law school, she spent time at the National Health Law Program in Los Angeles, where she used the law to help low-income people gain access to healthcare. She also spent a legislative session with the nonprofit Protecting Arizona’s Family Coalition, where she advocated for a state budget that included funding for health and human services. Kirin also taught courses at Paradise Valley Community College.
Kirin earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. She has a master’s degree in Global Health from Arizona State University and a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon.
On a personal note, Kirin’s favorite activities are exercising and socializing. She trail-runs in the desert, is a rather aggressive racquetball player and loves listening to podcasts. You will always find Kirin hanging out with people at local restaurants and attending community events.