Catherine Webb is a native of Connecticut and attended the Mercersburg Academy. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Connecticut. Following graduation she obtained her law degree from the Western New England School of Law. After completing her education she served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable William A. Abrashkin in Springfield, Massachusetts. She was subsequently trained and employed by the Travelers Insurance Company in Hartford, Connecticut in their Special Liability Coverage Unit investigating superfund sites and making coverage determinations under occurrence-based policies.
After relocating to Beaufort in 1997 she worked for a firm that handled complex civil litigation cases, including catastrophic personal injury cases, premises liability and homeowners association disputes. Catherine was later involved in a family-run real estate company and also managed a residential real estate practice. In 2008 she joined Quindlen Law and currently focuses her practice in the areas of divorce, child custody and visitation. Catherine is a staunch advocate for children and volunteered with the Governor’s Guardian ad Litem Office handling abuse and neglect cases.
Catherine is married with two children. She and her family attend the Parish Church of St. Helena located in Beaufort, South Carolina.