Caroline Mitchell is a Partner at Jones Day in San Francisco where she litigates complex commercial disputes. She also chairs the firm’s pro bono practice in San Francisco and has successfully represented clients in many pro bono matters, including divorce, prisoners' rights, medical care, race discrimination, discrimination based on HIV status, and discrimination based on disabilities. She also has challenged the constitutionality of a state proposition. Caroline is a former president of the board of directors of Creating Economic Opportunity for Women (C.E.O. Women), an award-winning nonprofit that served immigrant and refugee women. In 2002 she was awarded the Roll Call for Social Justice Award from the Legal Aid Society and in 2005, the Los Angeles Daily Journal named her one of the top women litigators in California. Caroline graduated order of the coif from the University of Minnesota Law School where she was Managing Editor of the Minnesota Law Review.