Paige Bernick, Special Counsel in Lewis Thomason’s Nashville office, has been named a Fellow of the Nashville Bar Foundation. Fellows are chosen based on their devoted and distinguished service to the legal profession and the administration of justice and their adherence to the highest standards of professional ethics and personal conduct.
Bernick is a member of the firm’s state-wide transportation practice group. She also concentrates her practice in complex civil litigation, including commercial and business disputes, employment matters, construction litigation, health care liability, and insurance defense. Prior to private practice, Bernick served over four years as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Solicitor, in Nashville. In that role, she represented the Secretary of Labor in litigating and enforcing health and safety regulations. She also clerked for The Honorable Arnold Goldin in Chancery Court in Shelby County.
Among her many professional accomplishments, Bernick is a 2019 graduate of the Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Law program, a 2018 graduate of the Nashville Bar Association Leadership Forum, and a 2016 Honoree of the Cystic Fibrosis’ Nashville’s Top 30 Under 30. She is the current chair of the Nashville Chapter of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations.