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Jonathan May Elected President of Memphis Bar Association Young Lawyers Division; Natalie Bursi Elected to Board of Directors

11222627_10153142258417882_2941255100008449303_nLewis Thomason Memphis has a long tradition of leadership in the Memphis Bar Association Young Lawyers Division. By our count, no less than eight Lewis Thomason lawyers have served as President of the Memphis Bar Association Young Lawyers Division over the past forty years.

Last Thursday night, Jonathan May continued that tradition as he was elevated to the position of Memphis Bar Association Young Lawyers Division President. Natalie Bursi was elected to the Memphis Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Board of Directors.

We congratulate Jonathan and Natalie for carrying on the legacy of Lewis Thomason Memphis leadership for the Memphis Bar Association Young Lawyers Division.

Mr. May practices in the area of civil litigation, handling matters in state and federal courts throughout Tennessee. He has substantial experience defending claims involving workers’ compensation and insurance bad faith. In addition to his active litigation practice, Mr. May has counseled small business clients on matters including entity formation, employment law compliance and preparation of employer policies and procedures.

Natalie Bursi joined Lewis Thomason as an associate in the firm’s Memphis office in August 2013. During law school, Ms. Bursi worked as an intern for the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office and served as an extern for the Honorable Judge Holly M. Kirby of the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Western Section.  She also served as the managing editor of the Mental Health Law & Policy Journal; was a graduate assistant to Estelle Winsett, assistant dean for Law Career Services; and an orientation leader.