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Background

Caitlin Dean is a litigation associate in Fish & Richardson’s Houston office. She was previously a summer associate with the firm, in which she conducted research and prepared memoranda for patent litigation cases. Since joining Fish, Caitlin’s practice focuses on patent, trademark, and trade secret litigation matters. In those matters, Caitlin has helped prepare initial pleadings and discovery motions.

During law school, Caitlin interned for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Criminal Enforcement Program. And she worked as a research supervisor for Professor David Uhlmann’s Environmental Crimes Project. She also represented pro bono clients as a student attorney for the Pediatric Advocacy Clinic, the International Refugee Assistance Project, and the CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project.

Before entering law school, Caitlin conducted field work in Peru, Nicaragua, Kenya, and Mexico researching topics ranging from epigenetics to behavioral ecology to third-party certification of agricultural products. She also studied the epidemiology of adult brain tumors at Moffitt Cancer Center.

Education

J.D., University of Michigan Law School 2018
Editor-in-Chief, Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law


B.A., Columbia University 2012
Environmental Biology

Admissions

  • Texas 2018

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