Caitlin Haney is an attorney at The Haney Law Firm, where her practice focuses on civil litigation, probate litigation, and estate planning. She works with her clients to find the best, most effective outcomes to problems facing individuals, businesses, and families.
Caitlin attended St. Andrews University where she was heavily involved in student organizations. She served on student government as vice president, as a mentor for the general honors program, and was a part of the equestrian program. In 2009, she was chosen by her peers as commencement speaker. She graduated with degrees in politics and philosophy with general and departmental honors.
Following graduation, Caitlin served a year as an Americorp VISTA at Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis. In her role as Volunteer Capacity Specialist she analyzed the volunteer metrics of the organization to develop better volunteer retention policies.
Caitlin attended Indiana University Maurer School of Law on a full scholarship following her year of service. While attending law school, Caitlin served in various student organizations in addition to being on the Indiana Law Journal and participating in moot court as both a semi-finalist and a board member.
A native Austinite, Caitlin returned home to Austin after graduating law school. In 2014 Caitlin was diagnosed with cancer, which led her to becoming involved in the cancer community. Since her recovery, Caitlin has given presentations, from Austin to Denver, Colorado, on the importance of estate planning for those affected by cancer. In addition to that work, Caitlin is also on the Board of Directors for Horselink, an organization that harnesses the power of the human-horse connection to help people, including cancer survivors, transition into the next stage of their lives.
Caitlin joined AYC in early 2014 and immediately became involved in the FAVE committee, on which she has served for the last three years.
In her spare time, Caitlin enjoys riding horses and exploring the Austin outdoors with her fiancé and their black labrador retriever, Beau.