Caitlin P. Cascino Named New Leader of the Bar-New Jersey Law Journal Announces Winners
Newark, NJ, June 3, 2020 – The New Jersey Law Journal (NJLJ) has named Walsh Attorney Caitlin P. Cascino one of the New Leaders of the Bar in their Professional Excellence 2020 Awards. For the award, the NJLJ considers attorneys yet to reach the age of 40 who have brought both notable achievements and outstanding potential to the table. NJLJ awards honor those who have left an indelible mark on the legal community in New Jersey and beyond through their unwavering dedication to the profession.
“Congratulations to Caitlin for this well-deserved recognition,” said Walsh Managing Partner Liza M. Walsh. “As a young lawyer she is unafraid to take on big challenges, and her leadership qualities are evident. She often takes the lead in mentoring younger associates, cheerleading and assisting them in developing their careers. She uses her employment expertise to benefit the firm and believes strongly in giving back. I have no doubt Caitlin will continue to uphold and further the best practices of the profession.”
NJLJ will publish profiles and Q&As about the award winners and their accomplishments this summer and will hold a celebration of all award winners on September 23, 2020. “[G]ood legal work remains compelling even in strange times,” NJLJ wrote in announcing the awards. “In a time where public interest and social justice are foremost in our minds, a number of these honorees have pushed hard toward those goals. Others have notched impressive victories for clients in all sorts of disputes, advancing the law in the process.”
Caitlin concentrates her practice on employment litigation and counseling, passionately representing her clients in evolving areas of law such as sexual harassment and age discrimination. She represents employers of all sizes and from varying industries in state and federal court and before administrative agencies. She represents management against single- and multi-employee allegations of workplace discrimination, harassment, whistleblower retaliation, and breach of contract. She also litigates matters involving breaches of post-employment restrictive covenants. In addition, she is active in the legal community, helping organizations succeed with her time and talents.