Sydney joins GriffithLaw as our Marketing Director and Case Manager keeping clients apprised of their cases and making sure they receive superior service!
Originally from Bristol, Tennessee, Sydney made the move to Nashville to pursue a degree in Music Business, graduating in 2013. While at Belmont, she created Raines Entertainment to cultivate branding and marketing strategies for local artists and classmates.
Upon graduation, Sydney employed her love of people and the industry working as Director of Client Services for Nashville's longest running CD duplicators We Make Tapes & Discs where she facilitated industry sponsorship opportunities and provided personalized service to a wide range of clients.
Sydney has always had a passion for people and fairness, but her interest in law was sparked after requiring back surgery at age 23 due to what at the time of the accident seemed like a minor fender bender. Witnessing first hand the havoc and expense that can result from a seemingly small accident, she recognized the importance of having an honest dependable lawyer you can trust.
Sydney enjoys volunteering as a mentor with Preston Taylor Ministries Breakfast and Bible each week. In her spare time she enjoys trying to improve her golf game, singing and playing piano, and spending time with family.
Sydney is currently a student at Nashville School of Law with an anticipated graduation of 2021.
Our clients love Sydney and you will too!
What gets you out of bed in the morning?
The opportunity to create a better future for myself and others. I feel like I've been given a second chance at life, and each day I wake up remembering it's up to me to make the day count.
What is your favorite weekend activity?
Playing golf with my boyfriend and spending time with family, especially my sweet baby nephew!
Do you have a favorite quote?
Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for man. Colossians 3:23
Who inspires you?
My parents. They both worked beyond difficult circumstances to be where they are today. They taught me it is never too late to change the course of your life and pursue your ambitions.
Do you have a motto or mantra?
Everyone has 24 hours in a day.
What is your favorite local restaurant?
Judge Beans -- can't beat the BBQ Nachos!
What sparked your interest to work in the legal field?
When I was 23 I was in a wreck and ended up having back surgery. I didn't have the best lawyer, and now see how badly I was taken advantage of. That experience ignited my passion to further my knowledge and understanding of the law, so that I may be a champion for others in vulnerable times.