My primary practice areas focus on Labor and Employment law and Civil Rights. I'm passionately interested in employment law because we, as humans, spend more time at work than we do with our families and significant others. Employment law is so much broader than just contracts and production. It's a diverse subject of paperwork and personalities, and the many ways that those can go so very wrong or so very right. For that reason, I am passionate about impacting the employer-employee relationship-- a relationship that I believe to be among the most important relationships a person or entity can maintain.
Prior to becoming a licensed attorney, I completed labor and employment clerkships in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Lexington. I am proud to have assisted indigent workers through the Cincinnati Workers’ Rights Project. While a student at the University of Kentucky College of Law, I was a member of the Trial Advocacy Board and served on the Executive Board of the LGBTQ Interests Group. I have successfully completed Trial Skills Training provided by the Kentucky Access to Justice Commission.
It is my goal to always give undivided, personalized attention and care to each of my client's concerns. I aim to truly get to know you and the circumstances of your situation to work towards the most effective resolution. I look forward to meeting you!