Jessica Karp is an attorney in Maslon's Corporate & Securities Group assisting clients in general corporate law, nonprofit formation, contracts, and mergers and acquisitions.
Jessica graduated cum laude from the University of Missouri School of Law, where she assisted first- and second-year law students as a teaching fellow and teaching assistant for a number of courses. Jessica also served as a lead article editor for the Missouri Law Review and authored an article published in the Spring 2022 edition. As winner of the global antitrust invitational moot court during her 3L year, Jessica had the opportunity to argue in front of Judge Douglas Ginsburg of the D.C. Circuit, Commissioner Noah Phillips of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, and former Judge Ian Forrester of the General Court of the European Union.
While pursuing her law degree, Jessica externed for the Hon. Daniel C. Moreno of Minnesota's Fourth Judicial District.
Prior to attending law school, Jessica earned her master’s degree from Georgetown University in art and museum studies, studying for a semester at Sotheby's Institute of Arts in London. She gained valuable experience as a museum collections and exhibitions manager and as a grant writer—work that has given her unique insight into the management of nonprofits.
Jessica earned her bachelor’s degree in art history and Italian from the University of Minnesota, after which she interned at the U.S. Supreme Court in art collections management.