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Butler Snow LLP Attorney Kathleen Ingram Carrington Joins International Association of Defense Counsel

The International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) has announced that Kathleen Ingram Carrington, an attorney at Butler Snow LLP in Nashville, Tennessee, has accepted an invitation to join the IADC, the preeminent invitation-only global legal organization for attorneys who represent corporate and insurance interests.

“I’m incredibly honored by the IADC’s invitation to membership,” Ms. Carrington said. “To be extended the privilege to work alongside such exceptional professionals is humbling, and I look forward to many years of great experiences with the organization.”

Ms. Carrington focuses her practice on personal injury and product liability litigation related to recalled products and allegations of product defect. She represents clients in a wide range of industries, including manufacturers of recreational vehicles, industrial machinery, and automobiles. Her experience includes serving as lead trial counsel and as a key trial team member in several significant trials. She also maintains an active appellate practice in state and federal courts across the United States after having served as a law clerk to the Honorable Rhesa Hawkins Barksdale of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Ms. Carrington was her firm’s 2019-2020 Fellow for the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity. In addition, she is actively involved with DRI, the leading organization of defense attorneys and in-house counsel, and is a frequent speaker and author on products liability topics.

Ms. Carrington received her J.D. (magna cum laude) from the University of Mississippi School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts from Louisiana State University.

About the International Association of Defense Counsel

The IADC is the preeminent invitation-only global legal organization for attorneys who represent corporate and insurance interests. Founded in 1920, the IADC has members who hail from six continents, 51 countries and territories, and all 50 U.S. states. The core purposes of the IADC are to enhance the development of skills, promote professionalism, and facilitate camaraderie among its members and their clients, as well as the broader civil justice community. For more information, visit www.iadclaw.org.