Cassidy Viser is an accomplished scholar and aggressive advocate on behalf of the injured and grieving. As both a legal scholar and a trial attorney, she provides her clients with all the tools they need to get justice and rebuild their lives. Despite working at the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and other vital institutions, it’s her work at Arnold & Itkin that she considers the most impactful.
Cassidy is a fierce advocate, a decorated scholar, and an aggressive trial lawyer. She has always been passionate about seeking justice for those who need it, and she refuses to back down from a challenge. At Arnold & Itkin, Cassidy’s practice encompasses a wide range of matters, from complex personal injury cases to offshore and industrial litigation.
Cassidy received her bachelor's degree from Cornell University, a master's degree from Harvard University, and a J.D. from Georgetown University, earning honors at every institution. She was Executive Editor on the Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy, where she published a note titled “The Economics of Injustice: Stratification in Medical Malpractice Claims by Poor and Vulnerable Patients.”
Cassidy has considerable experience advocating for the unseen and underserved. During her schooling, she worked at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice, the Senate Judiciary Committee, and the Senate Rules Committee—to name only a few of her professional roles.
Her most important role has been at Arnold & Itkin, where she honed her skills in her final years of law school. Long before taking the bar exam, Cassidy worked on record-breaking cases. Today, she’s proud of the role she serves in her clients’ lives, helping the injured and grieving rebuild their lives and get justice from those who wronged them.