Kristin brings a wealth of experience to employment and labor law. Her comprehensive skill set spans a wide range of intricate areas, with a particular focus on litigation. She champions cases involving discrimination, harassment, and wage and hour disputes and adeptly manages proceedings in state and federal courts and administrative agencies.

In addition to her impressive litigation skills, Kristin is a trusted advisor to employers, providing invaluable counsel in the multifaceted landscape of employment law. Her profound understanding of the complexities related to contract disputes, employee termination, disciplinary matters, and discrimination issues ensures clients receive well-informed guidance. Kristin also works closely with organizations to craft and enhance employee handbooks while implementing innovative workforce policies. Furthermore, her proficiency extends to promoting best practices in the realms of employee leave and accommodation, highlighting her specialization in critical legislation such as the ADA and FMLA, among others.

Professional & Civic Associations

  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Tennessee Bar Association

About Me

Kristin is a dedicated lawyer whose unwavering commitment to clients mirrors her devotion to her husband and three children. Outside of her legal career, and when she is not chasing her three children to their various sporting events, Kristin immerses herself in the world of historical novels and enjoys the calming art of sewing and embroidery.

  • "There is nothing like a challenge to bring out the best in man.”
  • Sean Connery

Practice Emphasis

  • Defense of EEOC Charges
  • Employment Policy Formulation and Advice
  • Sexual Harassment Investigations and Defense


  • Judicial law clerk at the Pulaski County (Arkansas) Circuit Court, 16th Division


University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law

  • J.D., 2015

University of Arkansas at Little Rock

  • B.S.E., B.A., magna cum laude, 2010

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Tennessee, 2019
  • Arkansas, 2015
  • U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
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