NASHVILLE – Bone McAllester Norton recently welcomed attorneys Mandy Strickland Floyd and Jack Spencer to the firm’s Nashville office.
“We are thrilled that Mandy has decided to return to Bone McAllester. She and Jack are great additions to our practice,” said Charles Robert Bone, president and CEO of Bone McAllester Norton. “The expertise and passion they bring to their roles will help us continue to provide our clients with strategic solutions and optimal service.”
Floyd returns to Bone McAllester Norton after two years of service with the American Civil Liberties Union of Nashville, where she worked as a staff attorney focused on constitutional and civil rights issues. Prior to her position at ACLU-TN, she worked at Bone McAllester Norton and as a law clerk to Richard H. Dinkins with the Tennessee Court of Appeals. In her career, Floyd has represented clients in appeals before the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Tennessee Supreme Court, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court. She will concentrate her Bone McAllester Norton practice in litigation and dispute resolution, victims’ rights, education law, labor and employment law and appellate practice.
In addition to her litigation work, Floyd is actively involved in the industry through memberships with the Nashville Bar Association, Lawyers’ Association for Women, Tennessee Bar Association, Harry Phillips American Inn of Court and Napier Looby Bar Association. She was also recognized as a recipient of the Tennessee Supreme Court Pro Bono Attorney for Justice Award and nominee for the ATHENA Nashville Young Professional Leadership Award. She earned her law degree from the University of Memphis in 2012.
Spencer joins Bone McAllester Norton after clerking for the William R. Sawyer at the Federal Bankruptcy Court Middle District in Alabama. In his new role, Spencer will concentrate his practice in the areas of commercial litigation, creditors’ rights, litigation and dispute resolution. A recent graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law, Spencer previously served as an intern in the civil rights and claims division of the Tennessee attorney general’s office. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Nashville Bar Association, Alabama Bar Association and American Bankruptcy Institute.
Bone McAllester Norton is one of Nashville’s largest law firms, with 22 distinct practice areas. The firm traces its roots back to 1978 when Charles W. Bone, Sam McAllester and Mike Norton first joined together to practice law. More than two decades later, in 2002, the lawyers, along with Stacey Garret Koju, joined together to form Bone McAllester Norton. The firm is known for its enthusiasm for the law, relentless dedication to clients and passionate commitment to the Nashville community. With offices in Nashville, Hendersonville and Franklin, its attorneys work closely with clients on business and litigation matters across the country. For more information about Bone McAllester Norton, visit bonelaw.com.