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Caitlin A. Hill


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Caitie practices in all areas of complex litigation including contract disputes, commercial and business litigation, complex tort and product liability litigation, and construction law. She regularly advises clients in all stages of litigation, from pre-litigation counseling and investigation through discovery, trial and the appeals process. She represents contractors, owners, developers, and public authorities involving a range of construction-related issues including contract drafting, job problems, change order disputes, terminations, and delay claims. Caitie also routinely advises clients regarding compliance with state and federal regulations.

As well, Caitie maintains an active pro bono practice representing individuals in civil rights, housing, and immigration matters, and has also represented victims of domestic violence through Mintz’s Domestic Violence Project.

Caitie was a Summer Associate at Mintz in 2011. In law school, she was a student representative for the Clinic for Asylum, Refugee, and Emigrant Services representing clients in immigration matters. Caitie served as a law clerk extern for the Honorable Joel H. Slomsky in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Her commitment to public interest programs included work with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, and service as a board member of her law school’s Public Interest Fellowship Program.


  • Villanova University (JD)
  • London School of Economics & Political Science (MS)
  • University of Michigan (BA, Near Eastern Studies & Political Science )


On Tuesday, in Zoning Board of Appeals of Lunenburg v. Housing Appeals Committee, the Supreme Judicial Court soundly rejected a zoning board of appeals’ argument that inexpensive market-rate homes may be counted toward a town’s affordable housing obligations under Chapter 40B.