Caroline has a nationwide practice defending clients in a variety of matters, including product liability, business and employment litigation, class action and complex litigation and medical malpractice. Additionally, she has served as counsel to the receiver in receivership matters and counsels clients on bankruptcy-related issues. Her experience includes arguing dispositive and other motions and guiding clients through the discovery and trial preparation processes. She drafts motions in state and federal courts, researches complex legal issues, and takes and defends depositions.
Caroline is also committed to pro bono service, providing representation to individuals in consumer bankruptcy, human trafficking, asylum and domestic violence matters.
She earned her J.D. with honors from Emory University School of Law, where she was Order of the Coif, and served in corporate and litigation externships at Georgia-Pacific and AT&T. She also received the State Bar of Georgia Labor Section Award for Outstanding Achievement in Labor Law and the Emory Law Dean’s Award for the Legal Research, Writing and Advocacy Program.
Introduction to the Legal Profession, Law School Information Panel, North Carolina Bar Foundation, April 15, 2021.
Behind the Mask - A Look at How Mask Wearing During the COVID-19 Pandemic May Improve PPE Compliance in the Post COVID-19 World, Insurance & Risk Management 2021, June 2021. (with Colin Kelly)