Caitlin H.


Caitlin grew up in New York City and D.C., eventually attending Columbia University for her undergraduate degree in Sustainable Development and Mathematics. After graduation, she worked as a sustainability consultant for small start-ups and non-profits in the NY area, before traveling to SE Asia for three months. Upon returning to the States, she moved to Seattle and worked her way up from Project Engineer to Assistant Controller of a small sustainable real estate development start-up. During this time she also earned an Accounting Certificate from the University of Washington. She then worked as an accountant for Zillow Group, Inc., and ultimately earned her CPA license.

In 2017 Caitlin moved back to the East Coast to attend Harvard Law School, where she is currently pursuing her J.D. She is involved in the Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Project and the International Law Review. 

In her spare time, Caitlin enjoys cooking, volunteering, traveling, teaching yoga, and anything outdoors. She has run two marathons and loves being active.

Education & Qualifications
  • Harvard Law School, JD Candidate
  • University of Washington, Certificate in Accounting
  • Columbia University, BA in Sustainable Development and Mathematics
  • LSAT
  • Legal Studies
  • SAT
  • Accounting
  • Law School Admissions Coaching
  • Accounting
  • Testimonial Citation: 
    "She was extremely patient and flexible with her schedule. She also came prepared for each session and had a clearly laid out plan for our time together. She also was an extremely supportive and calming presence to have throughout the application process. Furthermore, her help with my personal statement was especially useful. She was awesome."
    Testimonial Source: 
    (Nick, Law School Admissions)
  • Testimonial Citation: 
    "Caitlin was extremely accessible and flexible with her schedule. She always made sure I understood before moving on and was overall an excellent tutor. I followed the schedule and was happy to see an improvement in my score. Score went from 149 to 154."
    Testimonial Source: 
    (William, LSAT)