After 17 years practicing in both the public and private sectors in Vermont, I have opened my own law practicewith a primary focuson employment and labor law. My goals are simple: to provide exceptional legal services to individuals and organizations with unsurpassed responsiveness and personal attention. Each client will have my personal dedication and focus, something too often lost in larger...Show more
Caroline has received 1 client review
Posted by: a Employment client
I recommend Caroline Earle
I hired Caroline more than 3 years ago.
Caroline handled my Employment / Labor matter.
I have previously worked with more than 10 lawyers.
Ms. Earle was impressive from the first moment we met. She is upfront and forthcoming, and will not give false hope or promises. She understands all aspects of employment and labor law, and has the courtroom experience to back up all the "book smarts". I found her to be very tenacious and aggressive, but never beyond what I was comfortable with. She communicated with me very well during all aspects of the case to ensure that I was happy and comfortable with the decisions we were making. This was a perfect approach. She always kept me informed and worked closely with me, developing a deep mutual trust. This was a very good feeling. I always knew that she understood my position, and I trusted her to defend it vigorously. I highly recommend Ms. Earle.
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I endorse this lawyer. I have known Ms. Earle for several years and have tried a difficult employment case against her. She is an exceptionally skilled trial lawyer. She is also a person of great intelligence, integrity, and common sense.
Law Office of Caroline S. Earle, PLC
1993 JD - Juris Doctor in Law
Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington
1993 Cum Laude
Indiana University School of Law - Bloomington
2011- present Member
National Association of Professional Women
1993 Judicial Review: An American Quagmire
2011 What It Takes to Start and Run a Contemporary Law Practice