Ortale, Kelley, Herbert & Crawford announced today it has added Rachel C. Hogan and Kobina P. Ankumah as associates.
According to a release, Hogan’s practice will focus on civil litigation, insurance defense and coverage, and medical malpractice. Ankumah’s will focus his practice on commercial transactions, medical malpractice and insurance defense and coverage.
Hogan received her Juris Doctor degree from Belmont University School of Law where she graduated cum laude and was a member of the Belmont Law Review and the BU Board of Advocates. Hogan also participated in Belmont’s Mock Trial program, where here team placed in the top 10 in a national competition.
In addition, Hogan is a 2012 graduate of Lipscomb University, having received a B.A. degree in journalism, summa cum laude.
Ankumah received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Alabama School of Law, where he served as the ombudsman for the university’s honor council. He also served as a senior editor for the Journal of the Legal Profession, and was a recipient of the Arthur Davis Shores Scholarship.
In addition, Ankumah is a graduate of Vanderbilt University, having received a B.A. degree in public policy studies.
“We believe that both Rachel and Kobina possess the skills to provide exceptional legal services for our clients and that they will be a valuable addition to the Nashville legal community as a whole,” Richard Sebastian, the firm’s managing partner, said in the release. “The firm looks forward to working with our new associates and developing them into outstanding attorneys.”
With the addition of Ankumah and Hogan, Ortale Kelley now has 24 attorneys in its downtown Nashville office.
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