Attorney Cassidy Viser
Cassidy Viser has spent her entire adulthood committed to getting justice on behalf of the injured or suffering. Her pursuit of justice has made her a relentless advocate and accomplished legal scholar. At Arnold & Itkin, her work includes handling complex injury cases of all kinds, including offshore disasters and industrial accidents.
Cassidy earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University, her master’s degree at Harvard, and her law degree at Georgetown University; she received honors at each one. While in law school, she served as Executive Editor for the Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy and published a note: “The Economics of Justice: Stratification in Medical Malpractice Claims by Poor and Vulnerable Patients.” These issues weren’t just matters of academic study, but a genuine desire to understand how the law could be used to help the injured.
In addition to her scholarly work, Cassidy worked at some of the most consequential institutions in U.S. society:
- The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia
- The Securities and Exchange Commission
- The Department of Justice
- The Senate Judiciary Committee
- The Senate Rules Committee
Cassidy considers her most important role, however, to be the one she serves as her clients’ counselor and advocate at Arnold & Itkin. She came to the firm in the final stretch of law school, honing her skills in trial law and courtroom preparation. Before ever taking her bar exam, Cassidy worked on life-changing cases. Now, she plays a leading role in helping our clients get justice in the wake of grievous harm or negligence.
- Cornell University
- Harvard University
- Georgetown University Law Center
- State Bar of Texas