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Front Page - Friday, May 8, 2015

Miller & Martin adds two attorneys to its Chattanooga office




Erika M. Hyde and Meredith Corey Lee - (Photos provided)

The Chattanooga office of Miller & Martin recently welcomed the addition of attorneys Meredith Corey Lee and Erika M. Hyde.

Lee has joined the firm as an associate in the Litigation department with a focus on complex business litigation matters. Prior to returning to her hometown of Chattanooga, Lee worked in the Atlanta office of King & Spalding. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia, and studied and worked abroad in Beijing, China and Munich, Germany.

While attending law school at the University of Georgia School of Law, Lee excelled in the school’s academic curriculum, as well as activities outside the classroom. She was inducted into Order of Coif and Order of Barristers national honor societies, was a member of the “Georgia Law Review” and Moot Court, and was a recipient of the Law School Association Scholarship. Immediately following law school, Lee clerked for The Honorable Richard W. Story in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

Hyde joined the firm’s Commercial department as an associate, and will concentrate her practice in the areas of commercial real estate and commercial finance. Hyde worked as in-house counsel for XM Solutions before joining Miller & Martin. She was responsible for the review, research, and development of documentation, with the purpose of ensuring legal compliance and regulations affecting the organization and its clients.

Hyde attended Vanderbilt University, earning an undergraduate degree in Political Science. She was accepted to Duke University School of Law and was selected as a recipient of the Duke Law Dean’s Scholarship. She was actively involved in the school’s Moot Court and Mock Trial teams, awarded a legal internship with the School of Law’s Appellate Litigation Clinic, and spent time as a judicial intern for the Honorable Curtis L. Collier in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee.

Source: Miller & Martin

The Chattanooga office of Miller & Martin recently welcomed the addition of attorneys Meredith Corey Lee and Erika M. Hyde.

Lee has joined the firm as an associate in the Litigation department with a focus on complex business litigation matters. Prior to returning to her hometown of Chattanooga, Lee worked in the Atlanta office of King & Spalding. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia, and studied and worked abroad in Beijing, China and Munich, Germany. While attending law school at the University of Georgia School of Law, Lee excelled in the school’s academic curriculum, as well as activities outside the classroom. She was inducted into Order of Coif and Order of Barristers national honor societies, was a member of the “Georgia Law Review” and Moot Court, and was a recipient of the Law School Association Scholarship. Immediately following law school, Lee clerked for The Honorable Richard W. Story in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

Hyde joined the firm’s Commercial department as an associate, and will concentrate her practice in the areas of commercial real estate and commercial finance. Hyde worked as in-house counsel for XM Solutions before joining Miller & Martin. She was responsible for the review, research, and development of documentation, with the purpose of ensuring legal compliance and regulations affecting the organization and its clients. Hyde attended Vanderbilt University, earning an undergraduate degree in Political Science. She was accepted to Duke University School of Law and was selected as a recipient of the Duke Law Dean’s Scholarship. She was actively involved in the school’s Moot Court and Mock Trial teams, awarded a legal internship with the School of Law’s Appellate Litigation Clinic, and spent time as a judicial intern for the Honorable Curtis L. Collier in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee.

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