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Brad W. Craig and Caitlyn Luedtke Elam, graduates of the University of Tennessee College of Law, have joined the Knoxville office of the Lewis, King, Krieg and Waldrop, P.C., law firm. (Knoxville News-Sentinel coverage here) (Shopper-News coverage here – page 17)
Prior to joining the firm, Craig served as a judicial intern for Knox County Criminal Court Judge Mary Beth Leibowitz and spent two summers in the Lewis King summer associate program.
Elam previously served as a research assistant to University of Tennessee
College of Law adjunct professor Carol Mutter and as a judicial intern for U.S. District Court judges C. Clifford Shirley and H. Bruce Guyton. She also clerked with several area law firms.
“Craig and Elam are accomplished students who have demonstrated exceptional legal skills,” said Deborah Stevens, president/managing shareholder for Lewis King. “Both will be practicing in the area of civil litigation, where we expect they will thrive.”
Craig earned his Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, from Middle Tennessee State University. He is the son of Wayne and Brenda Craig of Jefferson City, Tenn.
Elam earned her undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Tennessee, where she was a Baker Scholar at the Howard J. Baker, Jr. Center for Public Policy. The daughter of Nile and Cheryl Luedtke of Knoxville, Elam lives in west Knoxville with her husband, Josh.
Lewis King was founded in 1960 and today has 58 attorneys in its three offices in Nashville, Knoxville and Sevierville.