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University of Kentucky College of Law, Lexington, Kentucky, J.D., 2018
- Production Editor, Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture & Natural Resources Law
- Honors Board, Moot Court
- CALI award for Antitrust Law, 2016
University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, 2015
- Political Science, cum laude
- Minor: Economics
My practice centers on administrative law with a focus on alcoholic beverage regulation. I come by my interest in alcohol regulation honestly; even before I started law school, I spent time working at Brown-Forman in a small role in compliance and supply chain management. During my time there, I gained firsthand experience about how complex and confusing alcohol regulation can be. I love being able to work in the same industry as my dad and grandad before me. I'm also passionate about helping establish local businesses and promote Kentucky industries.
MORE THAN MCBRAYER
I am an active member of the Kentucky Guild of Brewers and an associate member with the National Association of Licensing and Compliance Professionals (NALCP). In what spare time I have, I enjoy homebrewing, wine making, weight lifting and hiking.
HOW I'M DIFFERENT
I believe in my work because I am helping develop and grow businesses that can become key parts of their communities. My background and resources bring a focused energy to my work that allows for strong client relationships. I hope to one day be a leading alcohol industry expert, from planning to opening and beyond.
During law school at the University of Kentucky, I clerked at both the Lexington and Louisville offices of McBrayer, where I was given a wide variety of challenges and opportunities to learn more about different parts of the law. When I was given the chance to continue at McBrayer during my last year in law school, I took it without hesitation.
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Seminars & Speaking Engagements
- Louisville, KY, June 5, 2019
- Lexington, KY, June 3, 2019
- Kentucky Guild of Brewers, New Brewer Bootcamp, Covington, KY, January 28, 2019
- Provisions of New Kentucky Law, SB 150, Allow for Sales by the Drink Deliveries and Take-Out March 27, 2020
- Kentucky Public Protection Cabinet Extends Package Sales Privileges to By-the-Drink Licensees March 20, 2020
- Kentucky Bill May Provide Relief to Alcohol Sellers: Carryout Privileges and Suspended Fees March 19, 2020
- Gov. Beshear Orders all Public-Facing Businesses to Close March 18, 2020
- HB 256: BYOB in Dry and Moist Territory May 15, 2019
- T. Neal Morris
- Kentucky Bar Association
- Fayette County Bar Association