DPBC Welcomes Two New Associates
The firm is pleased to announce the addition of two associates to its roster. Covington G. Dismukes has joined the Dodson Parker Business Services Team, and Kimberly Macdonald has been added to the Trial and Appellate Litigation Section.
Covington G. Dismukes graduated cum laude from the University of Mississippi School of Law, where she completed a concentration in Business Law that was awarded with honors. She also earned a best performance award in her Business Planning class and was selected to serve on the Dean’s Leadership Council. She was recognized by the Ole Miss Pro Bono Initiative and Clinical Programs for distinction in providing pro bono service during her time in law school.
Dismukes will focus her practice on meeting the needs of business owners, providing counsel in corporate law, business transactions, taxation, securities regulation, and nonprofit law. She also offers estate planning services, with a particular focus on young couples, families, and new business owners.
Kimberly Macdonald received her J.D. from Belmont University College of Law, where she was a submissions and transcripts editor for the Belmont Law Review. During law school, Kim worked as a research assistant for Justice Harold See, a research and teaching assistant for Professor Abbie DeBlasis, and a research assistant for Professor Deborah Farringer. She served as president of the Health Law Student Association and was selected as a member of the Health Law Transactional Moot Court Competition Team.
Macdonald will practice civil litigation in state and federal courts, including personal injury matters, contract disputes, and family law at the trial and appellate levels. A member of the Junior League, she will also continue her longstanding volunteer work for End Slavery Tennessee.