Cait attended law school at the University of British Columbia and received her J.D. in 2018. She first joined Wilson Butcher as a summer student in 2017, then completed her articles with the firm and was called to the BC bar in 2019. Cait completed her undergraduate degree at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan campus and received a B.A. in Spanish and Political Science. Prior to law school Cait spent five years living and working in South America, and she is fluent in Spanish.
While attending law school, Cait volunteered for Pro Bono Students Canada and UBC’s legal clinic, the Law Students Legal Advice Program. She also competed in the Peter Burns Competition, a criminal trial moot. During her final semester she took a comparative constitutional law seminar in Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa.
Cait has experience working on a broad range of criminal, civil, and administrative matters, including defence of Criminal Code charges, special prosecutions, civil forfeiture, police and professional discipline, and civil litigation involving police agencies.