Caroline was raised in the beautiful Texas Hill Country by a family full of Texas Trial Lawyers. Through her relationships with the lawyers in her family, at an early age Caroline was inspired by the meaningful ways by which lawyers can impact lives in the name of justice. Fueled by this inspiration, Caroline has pursued a legal career that is characterized by a passion for people and for advocacy that enables her to serve her clients with purpose, sincerity, and commitment.
Caroline graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Art in Government. Caroline then chose to pursue her Juris Doctorate at Baylor Law School because she was drawn to the school’s focus on equipping students for the courtroom, and its service-oriented perspective on the practice of law. While a student at Baylor Law, Caroline excelled as a leader in Baylor’s many oral and written advocacy programs. Also during law school Caroline gained hands-on legal experience through her clerkships with a private personal injury firm and Mission Waco Legal Services, as well as her participation in Baylor Law’s Immigration Legal Clinics.
Since graduating from Baylor Law, Caroline has focused her practice on the personal injury field, tirelessly fighting for the rights of the wrongfully injured.
When she is not hard at work, Caroline enjoys spending time with her family and friends, visiting her parents’ ranch in the hill country, and watching college football.
- University of Texas at Austin
- Baylor Law