Tina joined Ferguson, Frost, Moore & Young as an associate in 2014. Prior to joining the firm, she practiced law in New York City. Tina earned her J.D. and M.B.A. in May 2012 from Samford University, where she served as an Associate Editor and later as an Articles Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy. Additionally, during law school, Tina was Justice of Phi Alpha Delta, President of Women in Law, Associate Director of Cumberland’s Trial Advocacy Board, Lieutenant Governor of Alabama for Regional Affairs for the American Bar Association Student Division, and a member of the Career Development Advisory Board. She has also served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Elisabeth A. French of the Jefferson County Circuit Court.
In 2008, Tina graduated from Wake Forest University with a B.A. in Economics and a B.A. in Psychology. She was member of Phi Mu and Alpha Kappa Psi. Tina also served as a manager for the Annual Funds at Wake Forest.
Tina was born in New York, but raised in Alabama. Outside of the office, she enjoys traveling, reading, and watching SEC football and ACC basketball. Tina has a passion for learning languages and is currently trying to become trilingual.
District of Columbia, 2014
University of East Anglia
Master of Law, with distinction, 2013
Cumberland School of Law, Samford University
Juris Doctor, 2012
American Journal of Trial Advocacy - Articles Editor
Scholar of Merit - Lawyering and Legal Reasoning I
National Association of Women Lawyers - 2012 Outstanding Law Student
Brock School of Business, Samford University
Master of Business Administration, 2012
Wake Forest University
Bachelor of Arts, Economics and Psychology, 2008
The Other Side of Sports: Is there an Increase in Human Trafficking Activity during Major Sporting Events, Lex Claudia, June 2014, at 45-48.
The Legal Hurdles Preventing a US-China Bilateral Investment Treaty: Problems with National Security, Environmental and Labor Standards, and Investor-State Dispute Settlement Mechanisms, 15 FLA. COASTAL L. REV. (forthcoming May 2015).