When I was in law school, I choose a small bankruptcy boutique firm (then Anderson... more
When I was in law school, I choose a small bankruptcy boutique firm (then Anderson and Robinson, P.A.) to work for one summer. I knew virtually nothing about bankruptcy; I chose the firm because I liked their approach to hiring--they were honest about the work their summer clerks would do, and the lawyers they would be working with. Before the summer was out, I had truly found my niche--the wor... view profile
I am originally from Gaffney, South Carolina. I graduated from Gaffney Sr. High... more
I am originally from Gaffney, South Carolina. I graduated from Gaffney Sr. High School. Later, I attended the University of South Carolina-Spartanburg and graduated with a B.A. in psychology. I lived and worked in Spartanburg, S.C. for several years after graduating college. I earned my J.D. at Samford University, Cumberland School of Law. Afte... view profile
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