Caitlin is a New Orleans native who has lived in the Gulf South region her whole life. After graduating from Louisiana State University, she obtained her law degree in 2011 from Loyola University College of Law in New Orleans, where she excelled in the nationally recognized Moot Court Program.
Caitlin’s legal career began at an international maritime firm headquartered in New Orleans. She has since expanded her practice to include employment litigation in both state and federal courts. Specifically, she focuses on defending her clients against claims arising under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act, and its extensions, and the Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Act.
Caitlin’s substantial experience in all phases of litigation, including mediation and arbitration, and administrative hearings and trials, allows her to strategically advise her clients on a case by case basis.
Louisiana State University
Loyola University College of Law New Orleans
Caitlin maintains an active involvement in the legal community. She regularly teaches skills classes to current law students at Loyola, and also volunteers for the moot court and trial advocacy competitions. She also volunteers with local charities aimed at bettering New Orleans.