Caitlin Bozman practices out of the firm’s Los Angeles office and prosecutes securities fraud, corporate governance, and shareholder rights litigation on behalf of the firm's institutional investor clients.
Prior to joining the firm, Caitlin was an associate at Hueston Hennigan LLP, where she practiced complex commercial litigation, managing all aspects of a case for a variety of clients. Upon graduation from law school, she clerked for the Honorable Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster of the Delaware Court of Chancery. Prior to entering law school, Caitlin was a Foreign Exchange Operations Analyst for Morgan Stanley, where she confirmed, settled, and reconciled foreign exchange cash and derivative trades for institutional clients.
Caitlin graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was an Executive Articles Editor for The Georgetown Law Journal and co-director and competing member of the Trial Advocacy Division of the Barristers’ Council. She authored the student note, “Holding the Line or Changing Tides? The Future of ‘Too Big to Fail’ Regulation.” During law school, she also served as a legal intern for the Division of Trading and Markets of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Caitlin graduated cum laude from University of Maryland, Baltimore County (“UMBC”) with her B.A. in sociology and political science, with a minor in legal policy. During her undergrad, she was the Vice President and a founding member of the UMBC Mock Trial Team.