Caitlin Foley is a 2016 graduate of the University of Chicago Law School interested in Animal Law and its intersection with Administrative Law. While at the University of Chicago, Caitlin was a SALDF board member as well as serving as co-President of the Food and Drug Law Society, volunteering for the International Refugee Assistance Project, and working on the University of Chicago Legal Forum student journal where her article, “A Twenty-Sixth Amendment Challenge to State Voter ID Laws,” was published in 2015. While pursuing her degree, Caitlin interned for the Animal Legal Defense Fund’s litigation group as well as the U.S. Senator Richard Durbin’s Judiciary Committee. After law school Caitlin joined Perkins Coie, LLP as an associate in the corporate litigation group.
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