A native of Baton Rouge, Kaitlin earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2016. She received her Juris Doctorate and Juris Doctorate of Comparative Law from Louisiana State University in 2020.
Kaitlin has successfully represented clients in both state and federal courts. Her practice consists of defending clients in general civil litigation and she has experience in defending traditional tort claims, including premises liability and automobile accident liability claims. Additionally, her practice focuses on representing and defending public entities including general civil litigation, with an emphasis on civil rights claims arising under 42 USC 1983, employment discrimination claims, in particular, the American Disability Act, Equal Employment Opportunity Act, and their state counterparts.
Kaitlin has administrative litigation experience and has represented clients in civil service and judicial review matters. Kaitlin also has experience in defending traditional tort claims, including premises liability and automobile accident liability claims.
Kaitlin remains active with the LSU Law School alumni, judging trial advocacy competitions and participating as a panelist for LSU’s Geaux Pre-Law Week. Kaitlin is a member of the American Bar Association, the Baton Rouge Bar Association, the Louisiana State Bar Association, and the Federal Bar Association.
- University of Louisiana at Lafayette, B.S. 2016
- Louisiana State University, J.D. 2020
Areas of Practice
- General Civil Litigation
- Traditional Tort Claims