Tabitha Britney is a true Nashville native and familiar with the surrounding areas. She has been with the firm for five years. Tabitha is our officer manager and direct assistant for attorney Philip Clark, specializing in circuit court cases.
With 10 years of paralegal experience, she has discovered a passion for law and is currently in school to obtain her bachelor’s in criminal justice. Tabitha plans to attend law school in the near future to join the firm and practice criminal defense law under her mentor, Philip Clark. Her work ethic, attention to detail and professionalism will guarantee a quality experience with PNC Law.
Analy Cardenas was born in Mexico but has called Nashville her home since the year 2001. She loves spending quality time with her 4-year-old daughter. Since joining PNC LAW Analy has developed a passion for helping our clients. She is currently working on her bachelor’s degree in business and is interested in pursuing immigration law.
Analy is detail-oriented, efficient in client communication, and patient. Analy is fluent in Spanish and has been invaluable in assisting our Hispanic clientele. Analy has quickly become a star at PNC Law.
Alyssa Martin is currently in her second year of study at Belmont College of Law here in Nashville. Alyssa has a Bachelor of Fine and Applied Arts from the University of Illinois and upon entering her third year of study decided to pursue a legal education. She is an Illinois native who just recently established Nashville as her home base and intends to practice Criminal Defense in Davidson and surrounding counties.
Alyssa is a creative thinker and quick on her feet and hopes that this will aid her in providing quality counsel to her future clients. She is consistent, patient, and easy to talk to. Alyssa looks forward to staying with the PNC team while she continues to gain valuable practice experience and knowledge from Attorney Philip Clark through the remainder of her schooling and beyond.
David L. Hudson Jr.
David L. Hudson Jr. is a First Amendment expert and law professor who is the author, co-author or co-editor of more than 40 books, including Let The Students Speak: A History of the Fight for Free Expression in American Schools (Beacon Press, 2011), Teen Legal Rights (ABC – CLIO, 2015), The First Amendment: Freedom of Speech (Thomson Reuters, 2012) and The Constitution Explained: A Guide for Every American (Visible Ink Press, 2022).
He is a nationally renowned speaker on First Amendment issues, particularly school law, student rights, and public employment free-speech controversies.