Catherine W. Anglin is a civil litigation attorney who leverages her experience handling complex toxic tort cases with her prior career as an environmental consultant to serve clients in technically and legally complex matters. She focuses her practice on complex toxic tort and products liability litigation, environmental law, health & safety, and construction law.  She has experience in a full range of environmental law matters, including Brownfields projects, sinkholes, mold, and landfills. Similarly, she has experience related to the full suite of potential contaminants – from asbestos, PFAS, VOCs, SVOCs, metals and nitroaromatics to coal combustion residues (“CCRs”).

Catherine received her law degree from the University of Tennessee in 2009 and her Bachelor of Science from Georgia Tech in 1996.