Caitlan McLoon joined Hadsell Stormer & Renick, LLP in January 2016. Ms. McLoon represents plaintiffs in employment, civil rights, and international human rights proceedings.
Prior to joining Hadsell Stormer, Ms. McLoon clerked for the Honorable Diana E. Murphy of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Honorable Michael W. Fitzgerald of the United States District Court for the Central District of California. Before clerking, Ms. McLoon spent one year at the Washington, D.C. firm Williams & Connolly LLP, where she worked on complex litigation in state, federal, and international courts. Ms. McLoon has also served as a volunteer attorney with Public Counsel’s Opportunity Under Law project, where she worked on cases addressing homelessness, access to education, and economic justice.
Ms. McLoon graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 2012. While at Harvard, Ms. McLoon served as the Vice President of the Board of Student Advisers, and participated in the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic and the Capital Punishment Clinic. Ms. McLoon has also interned at the Office of the Illinois Attorney General and the United States Department of Justice.
Prior to law school, Ms. McLoon spent a year as a Fulbright Fellow based in Wuhan, China, where she researched access to justice in rural Hubei Province. Before that, Ms. McLoon worked as a programs fellow at the national office of the American Constitution Society in Washington, D.C. Ms. McLoon graduated cum laude from Harvard College in 2007, with an honors degree in Social Studies.
Year Joined Firm
Areas of Practice
- Civil Rights
- Human Rights
- California, 2015
- Illinois, 2012
- Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
- J.D. - 2012
- Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts
- B.A. cum laude - 2007
- Major: Social Studies