Butler Snow attorney Amy M. Pepke is one of 21 members selected to serve on the National Conference of Bar Examiners’ Content Scope Committee. The committee was established to help develop test content specifications to delineate the scope of coverage of the Foundational Concepts and Principles (FC&P) and the Foundational Skills that will be measured on the next generation of the bar exam. More information about the committee can be found here.
Pepke is a member of Butler Snow’s pharmaceutical, medical device and healthcare litigation practice group. A key focus of her practice is representing hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, medical device companies and insurance companies in civil litigation on local and national levels. She is well-versed in MDL procedures, motion and appellate practice, having represented major companies in high-profile product liability MDL and consolidated case proceedings. Pepke also practices in the firm’s commercial litigation group, focusing on intellectual property litigation.
Pepke has been recognized by Super Lawyers® and Best Lawyers in America® and serves as the Western District representative on the Tennessee Board of Law Examiners. She is a fellow of the American, Tennessee and Memphis Bar Foundations and the Litigation Counsel of America, and a member of the Federal, American, Tennessee and Memphis Bar Associations, the Association of Women Attorneys and the Leo Bearman, Sr. American Inns of Court. Pepke received her bachelor’s degree, with honors, from Spring Hill College and her Juris Doctor from Vanderbilt University Law School.