Lewis Thomason announced the addition of three new attorneys to its statewide law firm.
George S. Scoville III, Davidson Lentz and Kaitlin White joined as associates in the firm’s Nashville office.
Scoville is an associate in Lewis Thomason’s Nashville office, where he primarily practices in the firm’s product liability group. He began his legal career as a judicial law clerk to Sheryl H. Lipman in the U.S. district court for the western district of Tennessee in Memphis. He received his bachelor’s degree from Belmont University, master’s degree from American University and law degree from University of Memphis’ Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.
Lentz, an associate in Lewis Thomason’s Nashville office, practices primarily in the transportation practice group. He received his undergraduate degree from Lipscomb University and his law degree from Belmont University College of Law, magna cum laude.
White, an associate in Lewis Thomason’s Nashville office, graduated from Belmont University College of Law and practices primarily in the transportation practice group. She received her undergraduate degree from Texas Christian University, cum laude.
Lewis Thomason has offices in Knoxville, Nashville and Memphis. Lewis Thomason attorneys cover the state of Tennessee and serve regional and national clients. Several of the firm’s lawyers are licensed in Mississippi, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Alabama, Virginia, California and Florida and Ontario, Canada. For more information, visit lewisthomason.com.