Caroline S. Earle is an experienced civil litigator who has practiced in Vermont state and federal courts, as well as administrative forums, for the past 23 years. Ms. Earle is the former Chief of the Civil Litigation Division of the Vermont Attorney General’s Office and also served as Commissioner of Human Resources for the State of Vermont. She is an experienced trial lawyer, having tried numerous jury and bench trials around the state. Ms. Earle currently serves as President-Elect of the Barre Rotary, sits on the Board of the Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce and teaches as an Adjunct Professor at Vermont Law School. Ms. Earle graduated from McGill University, First Class Honors, and IU School of Law, Bloomington, Cum Laude. She holds a Distinguished Rating from Martindale-Hubbell for 2017 through their peer-reviewed process.
When faced with uncertainty in legal matters, a client needs an attorney who will give them candid advice, effective representation, and a call back. CSE Law provides the benefit of good counsel and cost sensitive services in employment law, insurance defense, real estate, mediation, and general civil litigation matters. We invite you to contact us for assistance and legal representation.
Mr. Freeman joined the firm in 2014 and focuses his practice on civil litigation including personal injury defense, commercial litigation, insurance law, antitrust law and construction law. Mr. Freeman also provides foreclosure mediation services. Prior to joining the firm, he worked for several years in general insurance defense and coverage litigation. Mr. Freeman also has significant experience in complex litigation, including antitrust and securities fraud class actions. Mr. Freeman has also volunteered his time to several local non-profit organizations and served as a member of the Fairfax School Board and Franklin West Supervisory Union Board of Directors.