What is the best part of your job?
I enjoy the structure of our practice group, which allows for more of a team approach to tackling issues. It is nice to work with such a supportive and knowledgeable group of individuals who are willing to assist each other in order to provide an efficient, quality resolution to each issue that we are presented.
What do you think are the three most important things you do to serve your clients?
Communicating with our clients early and often to establish goals is something that I have found to be critical in consistently meeting our clients’ expectations. Another important aspect of my job is developing and maintaining strong relationships with other bankruptcy attorneys across the state, including those representing debtors. These relationships are paramount in resolving the many issues with which we are presented without the need for additional litigation. Finally, I pride myself on mastering each issue that I encounter in order to be an effective advocate for our clients.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
When I am away from the office, I do my best to remain active. My hobbies include golf, running, traveling, and reading (mostly history and non-fiction).
•National Bankruptcy Institute
•Medal of Excellence (2015)
•Alabama State Bar
•Birmingham Bar Association
•Member, Bankruptcy and Commercial Law Section
•Member, Young Lawyers Section
•Birmingham Volunteer Lawyers' Program
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