Catherine E. Creely’s practice focuses on a variety of litigation matters, including white collar criminal defense, government investigations and complex civil litigation.
Practice & Background
Ms. Creely has represented corporate and individual clients in state and federal court as well as in connection with investigations by the U.S. Congress and the Department of Justice. She has participated in a variety of litigation matters involving patent infringement, securities fraud, antitrust issues, breaches of contract and civil and criminal forfeitures. Ms. Creely also represents clients in the energy sector, including a major international oil company, in matters arising in federal and state courts. Ms. Creely maintains an active pro bono practice with a particular focus on individuals facing the death penalty.
Ms. Creely was as an associate editor of The Catholic University Law Review. While attending law school, Ms. Creely represented clients as a student attorney in Catholic’s Advocacy for the Elderly Clinic and competed in moot court competitions at the national level.