Brooks Pierce Attorneys Participate in University of North Carolina School of Law’s Women in Law Panel
Brooks Pierce attorneys Amanda Hawkins, Jamey Lowdermilk, Jessi Thaller-Moran and Kasi Robinson participated in a judicial clerkship panel on Nov. 9 for the University of North Carolina School of Law’s Women in Law organization. Hawkins, Lowdermilk, Thaller-Moran and Robinson all held judicial clerkships before joining Brooks Pierce.
Hawkins represents businesses and individuals in all levels of state and federal courts. She uses her experience as a law clerk to inform her litigation strategy and assist clients in all stages of litigation.
Lowdermilk brings her experience as a law clerk in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to guide clients through the complicated bankruptcy process. She also represents businesses and individuals in complex commercial matters in state and federal courts and advises clients establishing new entities and reorganizing existing endeavors.
Thaller-Moran focuses her practice on employment law and litigation, counseling employers on compliance with state and federal laws. She also uses her experience in the North Carolina Business Court to develop strategies for clients embroiled in a wide range of complex business litigation disputes, helping clients to think creatively about opportunities for resolution and zealously advocating for their interests in court when the need arises.
Robinson represents businesses and individuals in state and federal courts. She is well-versed in civil and criminal procedure and works with clients to develop thorough and aggressive litigation strategies to achieve the best possible outcome. She also represents clients facing investigations from governmental agencies and regulatory bodies.