Catherine brings varied and practical experience when it comes to serving her higher education clients. Catherine uses this diverse experience to assess and resolve client concerns in a holistic fashion.    

Having served as a Public Safety Officer at a large university in New York, Catherine has hands-on experience when it comes to Title IX and Clery Act matters as well as issues relating to student misconduct. She has experience and training in witness interviewing, investigative note-taking and report writing, evidence collection and is no stranger to counseling university personnel through moments of crisis.    

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  • Executive Editor for Notes and Comments, Albany Law Review
  • Jacob L. Rubenstein Prize, Recipient 
  • Equity & Justice Scholarship, 2018 & 2019 Recipient
  • Siegel Scholarship, Recipient 2020 
  • Justinian Honorary Law Society

  • Autism Silenced: Informed Consent and the Inevitable Breakthrough in Genetic Testing for Autism Spectrum Disorder, Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology