Catherine felt compelled to attend law school after her own jury duty experience. She is passionate about strong advocacy and being the voice her clients need.
Catherine focuses her practice on litigation.
Catherine graduated cum laude from Baylor Law School in 2022. As a member of the Baylor Barrister Society, she competed on several preeminent mock trial teams, including the Student Trial Advocacy Competition hosted by the American Association for Justice, the National Civil Trial Competition, and Trials and Tribulations. She also received recognition for her writing as both the third-place winner of the Baylor Law “The Ultimate Writer Competition” in 2021 and as the recipient of the Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Best Brief Award in 2021.
Prior to her time at Baylor Law, Catherine worked in the strategy and operations division of a nonprofit organization that builds and finances charter schools in New York City. Her work there helped shape her perspective on the creative ways businesses can fill important societal needs — a perspective that informs her law practice today.