Caroline J. Barker practices in the Firm’s Complex Litigation, Pharmaceutical Products, and Toxic Torts & Products Liability groups.

Ms. Barker received her J.D. and her Master of Public Health in Environmental Health, Science, & Policy Law from George Washington University Law School.  She was Senior Articles Editor of the Federal Circuit Bar Journal, and served as Vice President and then President of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board.  She was a finalist in the Mock Trial Board, Cohen & Cohen Mock Trial Competition, and a member of the Environmental Energy Law Association.

During law school, Ms. Barker served as a Legal Intern at the U.S. Department of Justice, Environment & Natural Resources Division, Appellate Section, where she drafted memoranda regarding Department decisions not to appeal adverse judgments in federal permitting and National Environmental Policy Act cases.  She also worked at the Chesapeake Legal Alliance where she analyzed construction projects for environmental impact, permit requirements, and potential administrative actions.

Ms. Barker received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  She was a member of the Firm's 2018 Summer Associate class.  


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