Caroline originally joined NAAG and NAGTRI as a law clerk in 2017, then a post-graduate fellow in September of 2019.  As a law clerk, she focused mainly on substance use disorder, including prescription and opioid litigation and legislation, and consumer protection. In 2018 she published an article addressing the repeal of net neutrality. As a fellow, her focus expanded into training and online learning, including opioid use trainings, the creation of a series on mass violence, and case files for our various skills courses. As NAGTRI Project Counsel, she continues to research substance use disorder and educate the attorney general community on ways to respond to both the opioid epidemic and other substance issues that impact our society.

She graduated from Hiram College with a BA in English Literature in 2015. After completing her BA, she then obtained her JD from the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America in 2019.  During her undergraduate and law school studies, Caroline remained active in charity work including benefit performances, tutoring and teaching, and field trips to theatres. She was vice president of the Women’s Law Caucus, as well as vice president of Street Law, where she volunteered as a teacher of criminal law and procedure.