Hannah C. Thompson Selected for Birmingham Bar’s Future Leaders ForumJuly 1, 2016
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Birmingham, AL – White Arnold & Dowd P.C. is pleased to announce that attorney Hannah C. Thompson has been selected as a member of the Birmingham Bar Association’s 2016 Future Leaders Forum. The Forum seeks to cultivate leaders from among a group of motivated attorneys who have been in practice for 3-7 years. Recognizing a need for leadership identification and development among Birmingham’s young attorneys, a group of Birmingham Bar Association leaders, including White Arnold & Dowd’s Managing Lawyer Augusta S. Dowd, organized the first Forum class in 2009. Since that time, the Forum has emerged as one of the premiere leadership and professional development experiences for lawyers in their early years of practice. White Arnold & Dowd’s Kitty Rogers Brown, Hope S. Marshall, and Lisha L. Graham are all past graduates of the Forum.
A native of Roanoke, Ala., Ms. Thompson joined the law firm of White Arnold & Dowd P.C. as an associate in 2012. Her practice is devoted to assisting and representing individuals in both civil and white collar litigation. Ms. Thompson has a strong background in accounting, having participated as an audit intern with the accounting firm, Ernst & Young, and having served in the accounting department for the firm’s County Conservatorship. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Thompson also served as a firm law clerk.
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Kitty Rogers Brown