Caitlin works on our UK team on cases relating to employment, discrimination and sexual harassment. She is also studying the GDL at the University of Law. She was inspired to pursue a career in law after her experiences volunteering with migrant support organisations, and hopes to use the law as a tool to empower vulnerable or mistreated individuals and protect their rights. She has also volunteered with Liberty and the Prisoners’ Advice Service.
Caitlin graduated with a First Class honours in a bilingual dual-degree in Philosophy at Sciences Po Paris and University College London in 2020. Her dissertation focused on the law and philosophy of citizenship in the Shamima Begum case, and how social narratives can shape the application of the law in issues relating to citizenship. Her two years in Paris instilled in her a love for languages and art, as well as French pastries.