Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Adds Two New Associates to Litigation Team
ATLANTA (MAY 20) – Kilpatrick Townsend announced today that Hannah Corning and Caitlin Trevillyan have joined the firm as associates in the firm’s Litigation Department.
- Hannah Corning joins the firm’s Dallas office after spending the past several years as a litigation associate in New York, where she gained experience in white collar and internal investigations, products liability, and healthcare industry disputes. She is a graduate of Baylor University and earned her law degree at New York University School of Law.
- Caitlin Trevillyan joins the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where she represents a diverse range of clients in the government contracts and construction industry including defense contractors, general contractors, subcontractors, architect and design professionals, suppliers, and sureties. She has experience in litigation, as well as alternative dispute resolution, in a variety of forums, including state and federal courts, domestic arbitration and the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals. Ms. Trevillyan is a graduate of St. Louis University, and earned her law degree at St. Louis University School of Law.
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