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Caitlin A. Langfitt

Caitlin Langfitt is a public finance attorney who helps her clients manage and take advantage of innovative financing options, including tax increment financing (TIF), community reinvestment area (CRA) abatements, joint economic development districts (JEDDs) and special assessment financing. Caitlin specifically partners with political subdivisions, financial institutions and special purpose districts, including energy special improvement districts, to help them negotiate and execute their participation in various economic development programs.

Caitlin is highly involved in property assessed clean energy (PACE) financing transactions, helping property owners access innovative financing for energy saving and renewable energy improvements.

A former Bricker & Eckler summer associate, Caitlin also served as a legal research assistant as well as a legal intern with the Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office. Prior to law school, she held several management and leadership positions with technology companies, most recently with Microsoft. She also has experience dealing with highly sensitive data and information through a project management role she held with Lockheed Martin, which involved collaboration with the United States Mint and the United States Department of Defense.

Additionally, Caitlin has held internship positions with NPR, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the Environmental Law Institute.

Bar Admissions & Activities

  • Admitted, State of Ohio, 2021

Education

  • The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (J.D.), 2021; Associate Editor, Staff Editor, Ohio State Business Law Journal; Co-Creator, Executive Board Member, Future Tech Law Organization; Student Board Member, Women Lawyers of Franklin County; Academic Merit Scholar; Member, International Association of Privacy Professionals
  • American University (B.A. in Communication, Law, Economics and Government), 2011