Addie grew up in Memphis until she attended the University of Tennessee, Knoxville for her undergraduate degree where she majored in Psychology with a minor in Political Science. After spending four years in Knoxville, she decided she wasn’t quite ready to leave and attended the University of Tennessee College of Law, where she graduated from in May of 2020. During law school, Addie participated in UT’s Domestic Violence Clinic where she helped numerous clients obtain Orders of Protection. She also interned with both the Knox County and Shelby County District Attorneys’ Offices and the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Tennessee, trying to gain as much courtroom experience as possible during her three years of law school. These experiences combined with her classroom performance led to her earning the Tennessee Attorney General’s Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy. Addie has a passion for helping people and understands how difficult a legal situation can be. Specifically, Addie enjoys litigation and being in the courtroom advocating on behalf of her clients. In her free time, Addie enjoys cheering on the Vols with her fiancé and spending time with their dog, Presley.