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While in law school, Mrs. Greene was extremely active in Georgia Law’s advocacy program, competing in both moot court and mock trial. She was the winner of the 2010 Richard B. Russell moot court competition, and went on to win multiple brief and oralist awards. Mrs. Greene received numerous honors and was selected as an Inductee in the National Order of Barristers, and a Pupil in the prestigious Joseph Henry Lumpkin American Inn of Court.
Mrs. Greene is also active in her local community. In 2015, she graduated from “Leadership Glynn,” a prestigious program that provides a diverse group of existing and emerging leaders with a unique opportunity to experience the many facets of Glynn County to develop informed leaders and channel their ideas and experiences toward community resources, issues and concerns to help direct the future of the Brunswick and Glynn County areas. She also serves on the board of Symphony Society, which is the fundraising arm of the Coastal Symphony of Georgia.
Related News, Publications & Presentations
Distracted Driving and Trucking Litigation: Best Practices When Defending Against or Asserting Claims That a Driver’s Distraction Caused an Accident. Whitney Lay Greene and Melody Kiella. Strafford Webinar, November 8, 2018.
Missing Logs to Medicare: Current Issues in Trucking Cases and Best Practices to Address Them. Client Presentation. June 2018.
Prior Traversal of a Static Condition Remains Viable Grounds for Summary Judgment in Premises Liability Cases-For Now . Drew Eckl & Farnham Journal, Vol 27, No 160. August 2015.
To Catch a Plaintiff: Production and Use of Surveillance Evidence. Whitney Lay Greene and Jeff Ward. Georgia Defense Lawyers Assocation 48th Annual Meeting. June 2015.
“Tips for Controlling Your Workers’ Compensation Claims. Camden County Chamber of Commerce Lunch and Learn. December 2014.
To Catch A Plaintiff: Production of Surveillance Evidence Prior to Trial . Georgia Defense Lawyer Newsletter, Winter 2014, at 1,44.
To Catch a Plaintiff: Production of Surveillance Evidence Prior to Trial . Drew Eckl & Farnham Journal, Vol 26, No 155. September 2014.
“Tips for Controlling Your Workers’ Compensation Claims. Presentation to Georgia Public Schools Workers’ Compensation Administrators. March 2014.
Whose Right Is It Anyway? An Employer/Insurer’s Right (Or Lack Thereof) To Add Parties To A Hearing . Drew Eckl & Farnham Journal, Vol 25, No 148. June 2013.
for Professor Ronald Carlson at the University of Georgia School of Law.
While in law school, Ms. Lay was extremely active in Georgia Law's advocacy program, participating in both moot court and mock trial. As a moot court participant, she competed in the Gray's Inn Competition, the National Legal Ethics and Professionalism Competition, and the Phillip C. Jessup International Competition, where she received both a Brief and an Oralist Award. As a mock trial participant, she competed in the American Association for Justice Student Trial Advocacy Competition, and the J. Melvin England Mock Trial Competition.
She received numerous honors and was selected as an Inductee in the National Order of Barristers, a Pupil in the prestigious Joseph Henry Lumpkin American Inn of Court. Additionally, she was the winner of the 2010 Richard B. Russell Moot Court Competition and the recipient of the 2010 Jere P. Morehead Best Oralist Award.
Whose Right Is It Anyway? An Employer/Insurer's Right (Or Lack Thereof) To Add Parties To A Hearing
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