An associate in the Litigation practice, Cáitrín’s practice focuses on multijurisdictional compliance reviews and internal investigations for multinationals operating across the Asia Pacific region. She frequently acts as lead investigator and has conducted internal investigations related to conduct in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, India, Macau, New Zealand, and Vietnam. She also regularly speaks about and conducts training on anti-corruption compliance.
Fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Cáitrín first lived in China as a high school exchange student with the first program that allowed American students to live with Chinese families. In the more than two decades since, her studies and work have focused on Greater China, from majoring in Chinese History at Stanford, to conducting oral histories in the Chinese countryside as a Fulbright Fellow, to producing a joint theater production between Stanford and the National Theatre of China, to her current legal work.
Cáitrín maintains an active pro bono practice, and is proud to serve as member of the Board of Trustees of Midland School.
J.D., Certificate of Specialization in International Law
B.A., with departmental honors in Chinese History