commercial litigation, corporate, criminal, family/matrimonial, juvenile
University of Mississippi School of Law, J.D., 2008
University of Southern Mississippi, B.A., 2001
Carrie established her freelance legal research and writing practice in 2011. She was employed at a nonprofit corporation for several years before establishing her own firm.
Since 2015, Carrie has also been an adjunct professor, teaching legal research, legal writing and legal ethics to paralegal students. Her writing has been featured in local bar journals, law journals and online publications. She has worked as a legal professional for over a decade, beginning as a part-time legal secretary in a solo law practice.
Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co.: Radical Revision or Original Intent of the Alien Tort Statute
Southern Law Journal, Fall 2014, at 291 (co-author)
Arbitration: Trending in the Business and Legal World, But Is It Trending in Your Business School?
Southern Journal of Business and Ethics, 2013, at 136 (Editor; Amy Smith, Author)
Flying Solo: Tips for Starting a Solo Practice
Nashville Bar Journal, Dec. 2012–8211Jan. 2013, at 8
Good Advice Can Come Cheap: Cost-Saving Research Methods for Paralegals
2016 Tennessee Paralegal Association Annual Seminar
April 23, 2016