- Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law, J.D., cum laude (2022),
- SMU Science and Technology Law Review Association, Senior Articles Editor
- Baylor University, B.S. Neuroscience, magna cum laude (2019)
Caroline Rumbolo practices in a variety of litigation and transactional matters, including commercial litigation, real estate, and health care. Caroline specifically focuses on providing guidance to her clients on various business-related disputes, including breach of contract, landlord-tenant issues, and complex commercial issues. Caroline also regularly analyzes and advises her clients on compliance and regulatory matters in healthcare and general business industries. Caroline aims to foster long-lasting relationships with her clients and provide a personalized and holistic approach for each of her client’s needs and objectives.
After graduating from Baylor University, Caroline attended SMU Dedman School of Law, where she served as a Senior Articles Editor on the SMU Science and Technology Law Review and participated in moot court where she honed her writing, analysis, and advocacy skills. Prior to joining Kessler Collins, P.C., Caroline gained practical and legal experience in health care, compliance, and general business matters through her internship with Scottish Rite for Children Hospital in Dallas and through SMU Dedman School of Law’s Corporate Externship Program. She also interned for the Dallas County 68th Civil District Court where she further acquired practical legal experience. Through these experiences, Caroline strives to foster relationships with clients to provide personalized advice and solutions for her clients’ needs and goals.
- Texas Bar, 2022
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
- Dallas Women Lawyers Association
- Author, SMU Science and Technology Law Journal, “Can New Fingerprint Technology Help in Solving America’s Problem of Mass Incarceration for Nonviolent Drug Crimes?,” 24 SMU Sci. & Tech. L. Rev. 355 (2021) (https://scholar.smu.edu/cgi/