As a member of the firm's Business Transactions Practice Group, Courtney concentrates on mergers and acquisitions, nonprofit and tax-exempt entities, and corporate matters. She also works on general business matters.
Prior to joining the firm full-time, Courtney worked with both Chambliss and the Southern Environmental Law Center as a summer associate, as well as with the Federal Highway Administration as an extern. She is a recent graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she received her J.D. and a certificate in Natural Resources Law and Policy. Before law school, Courtney attended the University of Virginia's Architecture School. At UVA, she was involved in multiple design projects, including the Yamuna River Project, where she helped rethink the riverfront design in New Delhi, India to address the city's pressing pollution issues and had her studio's design work exhibited at the Swiss Embassy in New Delhi. During law school, Courtney was a production editor for the Colorado Natural Resource, Energy, and Environmental Law Review, and had her student note published in the Spring 2018 Review.