Caitlin brings with her a broad range of unique experiences and insights to the Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC family. Due to her diverse life experiences, Caitlin has seen firsthand the inequities in the world, especially for specific communities or groups of people. This jarred her worldview and she decided to help resolved these injustices by pursuing a career in the legal profession.
As a law clerk, Caitlin conducts legal research, and analyzes and summarizes legal documents. Additionally, she drafts briefs and performs due diligence in matters concerning contracts and/or agreements. The support she provides the attorneys ensures cases and day-to-day legal activities at the law firm run as smoothly as possible. Caitlin is deeply passionate about the intersections of law and technology, and will primarily focus on privacy, data security, and cybersecurity along with disability law and intellectual property. She is excited to help transform society with ethical and thoughtful applications founded in technology.
Caitlin’s interpersonal skills foster a natural trust between herself and her clients. This trust is not only built on words but action. She is invested in their lives and in their successes. Her strong sense of duty and tenacious drive is seen in every aspect of her working relationships. Recently, Caitlin took the bar exam and will transition from a law clerk to an associate attorney once she is accepted into the Colorado Law Bar.
Caitlin partook in various opportunities during law school that enhanced her legal knowledge. For a student project, Caitlin co-created an organization called Veracious Intelligence where she was the Chief Legal Consultant. Additionally, she participated in the University of Colorado’s Technology Law and Policy Clinic where she had the opportunity to write laws, compose policy papers, and provide legislative testimony. She was able to see how technological advances are driving social, economic, and political change in such arenas as health care, increased surveillance by law enforcement agencies, and impacts on the environment and education. Caitlin also gained valuable legal experience while interning at the United States Department of Commerce, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, and the Colorado Supreme Court.
Caitlin is a veteran of the Army National Guard. Over the course of her eight-year enlistment, she served in various positions including mentoring non-commissioned officers, directing training on intelligence reporting, and leading a team of intelligence soldiers.
Below is a list of Caitlin's most recent speaking engagements.
Many Languages, One World (MLOW) Sustainable Development Youth Forum at the United Nations, Arabic Language Speaker at United Nations Youth Forum on Quality Education, New York, N.Y. 2015
Caitlin has participated in numerous professional organizations and events, and has been professionally recognized.
Hatfield Scholar (2020)
Many Languages, One World Essay Winner (2015)
Caitlin has numerous professional and civic affiliations.
American Bar Association (ABA) Science and Technology Member (present)
Silicon Flatirons Group (2019 – present)
Military Law Students (2019 – present)
Juris Doctor, 2022: University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, Colo.
Master of Science in Technology, Cybersecurity, and Policy, 2022: University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, Colo.
Associate of Arts in Arabic Language and Literature, 2015: Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, Monterey, Calif.
Bachelor's degree, Modern Languages and Linguistics, 2010: University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore County, Md.