Catherine M. Wilhoit
Juris Doctor, May 2011
Charleston School of Law, Charleston, SC
Moot Court Board, Member
Dean’s List, Spring 2009
Dean’s List, Fall 2010
Nominated for CSOL Civility Award, Spring 2010
Certificate in Dispute Resolution
Selected as extern to pioneer mediation program
Graduated in the top 25% of class
Student Bar Association, Member
Moot Court Team, Member
Wagner Employment Law Moot Court Competition, Spring 2010
Elon Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition, Spring 2011
Bachelor of Arts, English, May, 2007
The College of Charleston, Charleston, SC
Academically Distinguished Honor Roll: Fall 2005, Spring 2007
Highly Distinguished Honor Roll: Spring 2006
Licensed to practice in South Carolina
Successfully Completed Board Approved Civil Mediation training
A native of Baltimore, Catherine received her B.A. from the College of Charleston, where she majored in English, and earned her J.D. at the Charleston School of Law. She lives and practices in Charleston, South Carolina, working remotely for our firm.
Catherine’s work focuses primarily on civil litigation, specifically personal injury, premises liability, medical malpractice, business litigation and securities litigation and spearheads legal research for the firm. Catherine also takes great pride in her work outside of the office. She works extensively in the community with her company, Addressing Basic Conflict, LLC, created to bring fun and interactive conflict resolution tools to the classrooms and homes of children.
The Law Offices of Marc Seldin Rosen, Attorneys At Law Winter 2012-Present
The Honorable Paul W. Garfinkel Winter, Spring 2011
9th Circuit Family Court , Charleston, SC
Legal Intern/Law Clerk Summer 2010
Rosen, Rosen & Hagood, LLC
The Honorable Marcus Z. Shar, Associate Judge Summer 2009
Baltimore City Circuit Court, Baltimore, MD
The Honorable Sanford J. Jones, Chief Judge, Spring 2008
Juvenile Court of Fulton County, Fulton County, GA
Mediation Experience and Training
Board Approved Mediation Training Winter 2010
Successfully completed the requisite 40 hours of civil mediation training, securing eligibility to become a mediator pending the requisite three years of practice.
Charleston School of Law Externship, Mediation Spring 2010
Worked with pioneers in the field of alternative dispute resolution to implement a mediation program specifically tailored to adolescents in the public school system.
Developed training program and manual for student mediators and regularly facilitated mediations.