Caitlin gained employment law experience at a small firm in Rhode Island, representing employees in matters involving disability discrimination, sex and race discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, and misclassification of overtime-exempt employees. She also has experience representing businesses in many types of matters. Caitlin strives to be communicative and approachable while providing practical and thoughtful representation to her clients.
Caitlin also owned her own solo practice for over three years, focusing on employment contract review and entity formation for physicians. She was Law Clerk for the General Counsel’s Office of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, representing the Commonwealth in license revocations involving health care professionals and drafting interstate contracts to enable data sharing for the Prescription Monitoring Program.
Caitlin attended New England School of Law on a merit scholarship, graduating with her J.D. in 2010. While attending law school, she focused on civil rights and public interest law, interning at the Massachusetts State House, Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders, and public interest organizations in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.