Caroline Meneau is a litigator who represents clients in high-stakes disputes.  Ms. Meneau works to efficiently identify key issues at early phases of litigation, helping guide her clients toward effective resolutions or focused trials.  She is a member of the firm’s Complex Commercial Litigation, Insurance Recovery and Counseling, and ERISA Litigation Practices.  Ms. Meneau’s practice includes a number of substantive areas, including contract disputes, business torts, antitrust, ERISA, insurance coverage disputes, and professional malpractice.

Ms. Meneau has experience in all aspects of litigation, including investigating and drafting complaints, managing document discovery, drafting briefs and motions, taking and defending depositions, working with expert witnesses, arguing motions, and trials in state and federal court.  She has also represented clients in arbitrations and mediations.  Ms. Meneau has been a member of several trial teams. 

Ms. Meneau has also represented pro bono clients facing a range of legal issues, from murder charges to landlord-tenant disputes. 

Ms. Meneau graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 2012, where she was actively involved in the Tenant Advocacy Project, Harvard Mediation Program and the Harvard Law and Policy Review.  She graduated summa cum laude from the College of William and Mary.