Prior to joining The Lawyers of Brown and Roberto, I practiced law in Nashville where I gained experience in employment discrimination claims, personal injury claims, will contests and breach of contract claims. I served as a judicial law clerk in the Tennessee Supreme Court. While practicing law in the Court, I assisted the Justices of the Court with complex legal research in the drafting of Court opinions. Before I became a lawyer, I served for four years as a policy advisor to Governor Phil Bredesen.
I am a Knoxville native. I graduated from Farragut High School where I captained the Cross Country Team. From there I went on to earn my Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Tennessee and graduated Cum Laude. I also earned a Master of Arts in Philosophy from UT and my Juris Doctor from the Nashville School of Law.
In my free time, I still enjoy running, hiking the Smokies and traveling. The thing that I enjoy most about practicing law with The Lawyers of Brown & Roberto is the opportunity that I have to help others.