A VARIED PRACTICE WITH A UNIFIED GOAL
Having a diverse practice prompts me to think holistically and make connections in my cases that I may not otherwise have noticed. After all, attorneys are in the business of problem-solving, which is fueled by the capacity to draw information from multiple sources and apply it resourcefully. And I have consistently found my versatile background to be an asset throughout my 25 years of practice.
The courtroom thrives off of dramatics, especially in a jury trial, and I know how to tell a story. The best attorneys are performers, and I’ve been one my entire life. As a former professional piano player, putting on a performance just comes easily to me, whether I’m on the stage or in the courtroom. My ability to communicate and influence others is much the same as presentation and persuasion are my strong suits.