Caroline Drinnon graduated from The College of William & Mary Law School, where she honed her skills and pursued experience around gender-based legal issues and civil litigation.
While at William & Mary, Caroline published under and served as an Article Editor for the Women and the Law Journal. She was an active member of the Women’s Law Society and Health Law Society and used her extracurriculars to help her discover her legal passion.
Before joining HMC Civil Rights, Caroline served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Tennessee Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division and moved to private practice with the firm in 2021. Since joining the firm Caroline has pursued her passion for sexual discrimination and harassment cases.
Caroline is a middle Tennessee native. She graduated from Clarksville High School in 2011 and received her B.A. in political science from Vanderbilt University in 2015. She is passionate about workers’ and women’s rights. Caroline is a perpetual student and curious, she is always looking to learn new litigation techniques and strategies. In her free time, Caroline enjoys reading romance and fantasy novels and playing with her two cats, Fluff and Puff.