Caitlin Elizabeth Gregg is a dedicated and hardworking associate at the Law Brothers where she zealously advocates for her clients. Ms. Gregg spent her entire adult life in Los Angeles County acquiring her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Management and Business Administration, Operations and Supply Chain Management, with a minor in Communication Studies from California State University, Long Beach where she was a proud member of the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority.
Ms. Gregg earned her Juris Doctor from Southwestern Law School where she graduated magna cum laude. While attending Southwestern, she served on the executive board of Southwestern’s Law Review as a Lead Articles Editor where she learned the importance of deadlines and attention to detail. Ms. Gregg also gained extensive negotiation experience when she served on Southwestern’s Negotiation Honor’s Program for two years. In 2015, she placed 5th in the nation out of 199 teams while competing in the ABA National Negotiation Competition.
Prior to joining the Law Brothers, Ms. Gregg gained experience in both public interest and private practice focusing on family law and domestic violence cases. She gained valuable experience working with low income litigants at the Los Angeles Superior Court, Family Law Self-Help Resource Center, and Community Legal Services where she drafted summons and complaints, drafted declarations in support of domestic violence and elder abuse victims with accompanying restraining order documents, and guided litigants through the various stages of a lawsuit. She then furthered her experience in 2015 by working at Fernandez and Karney in Santa Monica as a law clerk participating in extensive discovery work and working on complex legal issues, while communicating with opposing counsel, clients, and officers of the court. At the Law Brothers, Ms. Gregg focuses most of her practice on automobile collisions and premises liability cases. She assists, advises, and collaborates with the demand and the litigation departments. Specifically, she drafts motions, pleadings, and propounds and responds to discovery with a litigation mindset. Ms. Gregg is a member in good standing of the California State Bar.