We are incredibly proud of our dedicated intake team. They have worked tirelessly throughout a busy summer, and we couldn’t be more grateful for their hard work and commitment to our clients. Our intake team is the first interaction a new client has when they call our firm, and they embody our firm’s values by being compassionate, understanding, and treating every person with the utmost respect.

To show our appreciation, we recently treated them to a well-deserved dinner at Hall’s Chophouse in Nexton.

Huge kudos to Alice, our Intake Manager, Sophie, our Intake Attorney, and the entire intake team – Carolina, Jessica, Ainez, and Kettrell.

Our Managing Partner Kenny, Marketing Director Nicole, and HR Director Tiffany were also in attendance. It was a wonderful evening filled with great company and delicious food.

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