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Washington, DC 20005
cum laudeLaw School Faculty Award for Outstanding Achievement in Interdisciplinary StudiesHardt Cup (Moot Court) QuarterfinalistDuke Journal of Comparative and International Law and Duke University School of Law
If there’s one word that describes Channelle, that word is “advocate.” She sees her clients’ problems as her own problems—their fight is her fight. Channelle is a listener, a counselor, and an experienced voice who stands up for you when other attorneys might sit down. And for Channelle, family law is more than just about...
Elizabeth graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Architecture. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law with an Advanced Certificate in Intellectual Property and Technology Law.
Ms. White is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and Pennsylvania Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (PAELA). She is a member and...
While in law school, Mike served as Chief Judge of Cumberland’s Trial Advocacy Board and was inducted into The Order of Barristers in recognition of his advocacy skills and academic achievement. Prior to joining Floyd, Hunter, Kies & White, P.C., Mike was a managing partner in a large statewide law firm, with an extensive litigation practice. Mike has tried dozens of jury trials all over the state of Alabama. Mike now concentrates his entire practice on representing individuals in personal injury and wrongful...
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