Attorney Caitlin Bayley
Education & Legal Experience
In 2015, she graduated from the University of Florida in Gainesville with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics with a minor in Religion. While there she was a member of the law fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta.
In 2016, she attended South Texas College of Law Houston for her first year of law school. There, she was on the Dean’s Scholar List for both semesters. She also received two CALI Awards, awards given for receiving the highest grade in the class, for Civil Procedure and Legal Research & Writing. After her first year, she transferred to the University of Houston Law Center and received the Dean’s Scholarship. Caitlin was selected for the Houston Law Review in 2017 and was chosen to serve as the Community Outreach Editor for the 2018-2019 publication. She also served as Vice President of Operations in the Federalist Society.
In the summer of 2017, she interned for the Honorable Chief Justice Sherry Radack and Honorable Justice Rebeca Huddle in the Texas First Court of Appeals. That same summer, she also interned for the Honorable Caroline Baker in the 295th District Court in Houston, Texas. In August 2018, she joined Matthews & Associates as a law clerk and continued working at the firm throughout her law school career. Caitlin became an attorney at Matthews & Associates after passing the Texas State Bar in May 2021.
Caitlin grew up in a small town in Southern Illinois just outside of St. Louis, Missouri. She has three siblings whom she calls her best friends. Her father was a small business owner and at a young age she learned through him the importance of a hard work ethic. She first said she wanted to be an attorney when she was only nine years old and was heavily influenced by her two older brother attorneys. In her free time, she enjoys golfing, going to comedy shows, and spending time with her boyfriend and their two dogs.
• University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas, J.D., 2019
• University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, B.A. of Economics, 2015
Areas of Practice
• Mass Toxic Tort
• Products Liability
• Personal Injury
• State Bar of Texas, 2021