Catherine is an associate in the Labor and Employment Litigation Practice Group in the Nashville office. She joined the firm in 2021 after receiving the 2018 FBT Diversity Scholarship. Catherine earned her J.D. from The University of Alabama School of Law and graduated with the honor of being bestowed with the Public Interest Service Award which recognizes commitment to community service. While in law school, Catherine served as the President of the Criminal Law Society and Alabama’s chapter of the International Refugee Assistance Project and Vice President of Well-Balanced: A Mental Health and Wellness Organization. She was also the Student Notes Editor of the Law & Psychology Journal.
Prior to law school, Catherine earned a bachelor’s degree in English Literature with a minor in Psychology and a bachelor’s degree in German with a minor in Community and Civic Engagement from Auburn University. Between undergraduate and law school, Catherine taught English and worked with children with disabilities in Vienna, Austria, as part of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
The University of Alabama School of Law, J.D., 2020
CALI award for highest grade in Labor Arbitration, 2019
Auburn University, B.A, English Literature, 2016, summa cum laude; University Honors Scholar
Auburn University, B.A., German, 2016, summa cum laude; Honors Scholar