I am a "small town girl" who grew up in a blue-collar family in Bardstown, Nelson County, Kentucky. I graduated from Bardstown High School in 1990 then moved to Louisville to obtain my undergraduate degree from Bellarmine University (formerly Bellarmine College). Although I always considered the practice of law as a possible career choice, I learned some very practical skills from my course work at Bellarmine. I was proud to be a part of Bellarmine's nationally recognized Mock Trial team while a student there. I graduated with honors in 1994 with a BA in philosophy and economics, shortly thereafter pursuing my juris doctorate degree at the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville.
After graduating law school and passing the Bar in 1998, I was hired where I clerked: Tilford, Dobbins, Alexander, Buckaway & Black, where I was exposed to multiple areas of the law: real estate; contracts; family law; workers' compensation; and civil litigation. The bulk of my time there was devoted to workers' compensation defense.
In 1999, I married my high school sweetheart, and moved back to Nelson County where we now reside with our two teenage sons.
Since 2003, I have practiced law with Bradley D. Harville. Mr. Harville has been a great professional mentor and role model. While my practice still concentrates in the area of work compensation, we also do a lot of personal injury work at Harville Law Offices, PLLC. Personal service and client communication are very important at this law office. Call for a free consultation.
|KY||Authorized to practice law||1999||09/06/2019|
|Associate||Bradley D. Harville Law Offices PLLC||2003 - Present|
|Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville||JD - Juris Doctor||1998|
|Bellarmine College||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1994|
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