Posted: January 11th, 2019
- Aimee Smith (’02) has been a popular guest speaker with our clinic students. She is a partner at Craige Jenkins Liipfert & Walker in Winston-Salem and specializes in elder law.
- Kathleen Rodberg (’12) has been certified by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization as a specialist in elder law. She practices in Asheville. Congratulations, Kathleen!
- Amanda Perez (’18) joined Patrick, Harper & Dixon in Hickory where she practices elder law and estate planning. She is also accredited to assist clients with VA claims and benefits.
- Malcolm Boyd (’18) is an associate with Ott Cone & Redpath in Greensboro where he provides legal advice related to physician and hospital revenue cycle management. He also handles Medicaid appeals on behalf of healthcare systems. He writes, “The Medicaid training I received while in the Elder Law Clinic is extremely useful in my current position.”
- Tiffany Tyler (’13) joined Strauss Attorneys in Hendersonville. The practice includes estate planning, estate administration, and elder law.
- Ben Winikoff (’15) was a guest speaker in Professor Mewhinney’s new Disability Law class. Ben spoke about employment discrimination litigation handled by the firm of Elliot Morgan Parsonage, based in Winston-Salem and Charlotte.
- Kathryn Muhlenkamp (’15) has returned to Winston-Salem to join Greenwood Law. She handles estate planning, elder law, and special needs law.
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