Young Moore Welcomes Caitlin Mitchell

Young Moore is pleased to welcome Caitlin Mitchell to the firm’s litigation team. She will focus her practice on complex business and employment litigation, product liability, and premises liability. A presidential scholar, Caitlin is a summa cum laude graduate of Elon University School of Law and a magna cum laude graduate of Roanoke College. Before joining Young Moore, Caitlin completed a judicial clerkship with Judge Phil Berger, Jr., of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. She also completed externships with Judge James L. Gale of the North Carolina Business Court, Judge Glen E. Conrad of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia, and Former Chief Justice Mark Martin of the Supreme Court of North Carolina.

Outside of the office, Caitlin serves as the Assistant Editor of the N.C. Appellate Style Manual for the North Carolina Bar Association’s Appellate Rules Committee. She is also a Wills for Heroes volunteer, drafting wills for first responders, members of the military, and their families.

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