Carrie LaBrec has over 15 years of litigation and trial experience. Carrie graduated from Belmont University earning a Bachelor of Science in philosophy and sociology. After graduation, Carrie worked for the YWCA Domestic Violence Center and volunteered with CASA in Davidson County as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for abused and neglected children in the system. Those experiences inspired Carrie to attend law school, where she could continue work advocating for people in need. Carrie ultimately attended Willamette University College of Law in Salem, Oregon, where she served on the moot court board and earned her Juris doctor in 2007. During law school, Carrie clerked at the Marion County District Attorney’s Office and the Metro Nashville Public Defender’s Office.
After returning to Nashville permanently, Carrie began her legal career as an Assistant Public Defender at Metro Nashville Public Defender’s Office where she gained extensive trial experience. After 3 years as a Public Defender, Carrie transitioned into civil litigation and embarked on her career as a personal injury attorney in Nashville where, since 2011 she has focused her sole practice on representing and advocating for injured Plaintiffs in all types of personal injury actions, including car and trucking accidents, construction accidents, premises liability cases, and wrongful death cases.
When Carrie is not working at the firm, she is playing soccer in adult leagues, practicing yoga, playing with her dogs, and traveling the world, exploring outdoor adventures.
- Belmont University, B.S. 2001
- Willamette University College of Law, J.D., 2007
- Tennessee Bar Association
- Nashville Bar Association
- Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
- American Association for Justice
- Middle, Western and Eastern Districts of Tennessee