Caitlin “Catie” Malone graduated from Huntingdon College with a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in Political Science and Communication Studies in 2010 and from the University of Alabama with a Master of Arts in Communication Studies in 2013. While at the Capstone, Catie taught courses in Public Speaking, Critical Decision Making, and Introduction to Human Communication at Alabama and at Shelton State Community College. She completed her Juris Doctor at The University of Alabama in 2017. In law school, Catie served as a Student Bar Association senator; member of the Blackburn Institute, the Black Law Students Association, and the Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society; and won Best Brief at the regional Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition.
Catie was guided toward the practice of law because grandmother and great-aunt loved to debate social issues, political questions, theology, and anything else on which you could pick a side. She started participating in their debates as their researcher, and as she got older, she became their sparring partner. They instilled in her a love to discuss, listen closely, gain more knowledge and information, and argue. Catie chose the law because of her love for the lessons she learned, and she plan to use those passions to vigorously defend her clients.
Catie resides in Montgomery where she is involved with the Child Protect Junior Executive Board.