Kirby serves as a Case Manager at GriffithLaw. Having joined the firm in January 2017 Kirby enjoys provided superior service to each client. He addresses each client’s concerns with empathy and educates them throughout the entire process from negotiating settlements, to preparing for trial if needed.
Kirby graduated from the University of Tennessee where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. In 2018, Kirby graduated from Nashville School of Law with his Juris Doctorate.
Kirby’s great grandmother played a huge role in his decision to go to law school. He said, “She was treated very poorly by an attorney in the 1950’s and always told me how she wished I could be an attorney to help people like her who didn’t get the help they needed. So here I am.”
Along with working at GriffithLaw, Kirby and his wife, Caitlin, mentor middle school and high school children through a program called COMPASS. This program helps to get teens back on track by offering support, guidance, and leadership through developing a meaningful personal relationship with their mentees.
In his spare time, Kirby enjoys cheering for his alma mater at Neyland Stadium. He also enjoys playing soccer and watching the Atlanta Braves. When Kirby isn’t watching sports, he is spending time with his wife Caitlin, or visiting family in Columbia, TN. When in Columbia, Kirby said eating at Mama Mila’s is a must.
Kirby lives life by one of his favorite quotes from Harper Lee in To Kill a Mockingbird, “Things are never as bad as they seem.” He is a big fan of keeping things in perspective and not over-reacting to situations.