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Caitlin is a commercial litigator who has also experienced firsthand how legal precision can solve business or nonprofit problems.

In addition to her commercial litigation practice, Caitlin holds an M.B.A. and is a former entrepreneur and analyst who understands business. During her fellowship in Ecuador and Mexico with a global microfinance nonprofit, Caitlin worked with strategically minded attorneys who cut through red tape and surpassed hurdles. Now she aims to provide this same service for clients across industries facing complex business disputes.

Clients and legal teams appreciate Caitlin’s forthright communication and her ability to connect legal solutions with myriad operational goals from brand to culture. In addition to her fellowship, Caitlin served as the Director of Development for Arbitrator Intelligence.



  • J.D., Pennsylvania State University
    • summa cum laude
    • Woolsack Society
    • Order of the Barristers
    • Full academic scholarship
  • M.B.A., Westminster College
    • Utah Entrepreneur Challenge, finalist
  • B.A., Brigham Young University
    • Classical Civilization, Latin
    • Full academic scholarship
    • Pi Eta Sigma


  • Texas

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • State Bar of Texas


  • Spanish, fluent

*Contact Caitlin to set up an in-person or virtual consultation by appointment.
Outside the Office

Having grown up in Utah, Caitlin enjoys the outdoors: rock climbing, wakeboarding, wake surfing and hiking. Also a cinephile, Caitlin looks forward to attending the Sundance Film Festival annually. She loves to travel, and enjoys live music of all styles and yoga.

Community Leadership

Caitlin is a certified 500-hour registered yoga instructor trained in trauma-informed teaching and Ayurveda. She donates her skills when working with children and adults, including veterans and those with disabilities. Caitlin has also tutored adults in collaboration with the Center for Literacy, volunteering teaching skills for both native English speakers and English as a Second Language (ESL) students.

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