Caroline Vincent is a cum laude graduate of Boston University (2008) and a cum laude graduate of Suffolk University Law School (2013) where she was the recipient of the Sargent Scholarship. While at Suffolk, Caroline served as an editor of the Transnational Law Review and co-authored an article titled Liberation or Exploitation: Commercial Surrogacy and the Indian Surrogacy, 36 SUFFOLK TRANSNAT’L L. REV. 671 (2013). As part of her work on the Law Review, Caroline organized a school wide moot court competition that focused on complex issues of international law.
During law school, Caroline interned at the Suffolk Probate and Family Court and served as a student attorney in Middlesex and Suffolk counties for low-income individuals in their divorce and custody proceedings. Caroline further honed her legal research and legal writing skills as a law clerk at a small firm in Medford, focusing on family law, probate, and general litigation.
After graduating from law school, Caroline served as a Judicial Law Clerk with the Probate and Family Court from 2013-2015. While serving as a law clerk, Caroline worked closely with the justices in researching and drafting decisions related to child custody, support and asset division.
After finishing her clerkship, Caroline joined the firm of Wilchins, Cosentino and Friend, LLP.
Caroline is admitted to practice in Massachusetts. She is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association. Caroline’s practice focuses on all matters of domestic relations with a focus on child custody and complex asset division.
Suffolk University Law School, cum laude, JD
Boston University, cum laude, BA, History Bar Admissions Massachusetts