Kaitlin is a litigator with broad experience in representing clients on a diverse set of matters, including health law, labor and employment, medical malpractice, estate administration, municipal law, guardianship and conservatorship, and the environment. She is experienced in drafting complaints and motions, conducting records review, legal research, and overall case preparation.
During law school, Kaitlin served as a 3:03 student prosecutor for the Criminal Law Clinic at Boston University School of Law, where she independently prosecuted drug and motor vehicle related criminal offenses in Quincy District Court. She also served as a law clerk for a Boston firm, where she wrote an opposition brief to a motion for summary judgment in a Title IX case, and assisted with research, discovery, and case preparation in employment, personal injury, and discrimination cases. Kaitlin additionally worked as research assistant during which time she researched and annotated legislative history to support an Amicus brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court. Kaitlin also served as law clerk for the Criminal Justice Institute at Harvard Law School.