Caitlin Paulden is an associate practicing in the firm’s litigation group. Caitlin focuses her practice on commercial litigation.
Caitlin earned her J.D. at Baylor University Law School where she graduated with honors. While in law school, Caitlin worked as a senior executive editor of the Baylor Law Review, was a member of the Baylor Barrister Society, and served as a student ambassador. Caitlin enjoyed competing in Moot Court competitions such as the Dawson & Sodd Moot Court Competition – for which she was a quarterfinalist – and the Frank A. Schreck Gaming Law Moot Court Competition as a part of the Baylor Moot Court Team.
Caitlin earned her Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Caitlin was also heavily involved in Delta Gamma, serving as her chapter’s president, vice president of finance, and she received the Delta Gamma Award of Excellence.
During law school, Caitlin served as a legal extern for the Honorable Alan Albright, the Honorable Amos Mazzant III and a research assistant for a Baylor Law School professor. She was also a part of MWM’s summer associate program where she gained hands-on experience working on various matters ranging from contract law to competition claims and appellate cases.
A philanthropic organization that has remained close to Caitlin’s heart for many years is Service for Sight – which is dedicated to providing access and advocacy for people in the blind or visually impaired community. She has volunteered with the organization since 2015.
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