Kaitlyn is an associate focusing on drug and medical device litigation. She is passionate about combining her past educational focuses in neuroscience and psychology with her legal career. During law school, she served as the associate executive editor of the Suffolk University Law Review, the vice magister of Phi Delta Phi, and a peer mentor.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Suffolk University Law School, cum laude, 2019
Providence College, cum laude, 2015
Boston Bar Association
Massachusetts Bar Association
Women’s Bar Association
Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association
- American Bar Association, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section: Pharmaceutical Medical Device & Biotechnology, “Navigating Expert Fee Disputes” (Winter 2022)
- Defense Research Institute (DRI), For the Defense, “Liability in the Time of a Pandemic: The Scope of Immunity Under the PREP Act” (September 2020)
- Kaitlyn Hansen, Note, Futile Care, Experimental Treatments, and the Right to Try Movement: Could the Charlie Gard Case Happen in America?, 52 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 87 (2019).
Kaitlyn enjoys working her way through new cookbooks, taking food tours in new cities, and going to Red Sox games.