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I am also a certified Federal Court mediator with WDNY, with over 25 certified hours of training and role-play. Completed at least one observation and two meditations under the supervision of the WDNY program director. Maintains a minimum of 6...
Prior to joining Tully Rinckey PLLC, Letty was associated with Harris, Chesworth, Johnstone & Welch, LLP since 2015. She previously was affiliated with Harris, Chesworth, O’Brien, Johnstone & Welch, LLP (2011-2015); Special Counsel, Inc., (2010-2011); and Thomas & Solomon, LLP (2010).
While in law school, Letty participated in the Community Development Law Clinic, assisting clients with the organizational and regulatory needs of both for-profit LLCs and not-for-profit corporations. She is currently a member...
Mr. Thomas received his law degree from Emory University School of Law. He also received his bachelors degree, cum laude, in political science from the State University of New York at Albany (SUNY).
Mr. Thomas is a former Assistant Federal Defender for the Middle District of Alabama (Montgomery). As a federal defender, Mr. Thomas handled serious felony cases ranging from white collar crime to drug and firearm cases where defendants were facing life sentences. Prior to this, he was...
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