SAVANNAH, GA—Oliver Maner LLP, an award-winning, full-service law firm announced three additions to their legal team of nearly 30 attorneys. Joining the staff are associate attorneys William C. Phillips, Amelia C. Stevens and Joy D. Bonner. All three are 2020 graduates of the University of Georgia School of Law and are beginning their careers at Oliver Maner.
Before completing his studies, Phillips was a summer associate for Oliver Maner in 2019. The Savannah native will focus on medical malpractice defense, family law, personal injury, and wrongful death cases in his new position. Previously, Phillips served as an intern for U.S. Representative Earl L. “Buddy” Carter in Washington, D.C.
Stevens is a native of Darien, Ga., and will focus on civil litigation defense, specifically government/municipal, county and correctional defense cases. She is currently a member of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers and the Young Lawyers Division of the Savannah Bar Association.
Originally from Atlanta, Ga., Bonner will focus on government/municipal and county defense, state and local, and personal injury cases. Bonner is currently a member of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys and the Savannah Bar Association Young Lawyers Division.