Catherine concentrates her practice in health care law and collaborates on complex projects for clients seeking to maintain their lead or enhance their position within the health and long-term care markets.  Catherine uses her legal research and writing skills to serve a wide array of clients in both the health care sector and business field in general.  

Prior to joining Bond, Catherine attended Albany Law School where she provided guidance on drafting and critical thinking to students as a peer writing assistant.  She also served as an Executive Editor for Notes and Comments on the Albany Law Review.  Catherine also was a participant in the Justice Center at Albany Law School’s Health Law Clinic where she was afforded the opportunity to serve vulnerable populations in the resolution of their health-related legal issues.  

  • 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