I woke up one morning and decided to go to law school. During those gruesome three years, I worked as an editing nerd on SLU’s Health Law and Policy Journal, joined the trial team, and won a trophy for my school for being good at arguing (that isn’t technically what the award says, but you get the point).
I began working at Bardol Law Firm almost three years ago as an intern. I was still in law school and wanted to work for a firm that held the beliefs that legal representation should be honest, that one’s attorney should be accessible, and that legal work should be done with compassion and attention to detail. Now, almost three years later, I continue my work with Steve and the Bardol Law Firm under those same beliefs.
My background experience involves family, criminal, and corporate law. Having experience in three completely different fields exposed me to hundreds of very diverse cases. My strengths lie in my ability to communicate and my love of the courtroom. My weakness lies in the cup of coffee that always seems to be sitting on my desk. When I am not at the office, I enjoy cooking, reading a good book, and inventing new reasons to avoid the gym.