Both are passionate about the practice of law and deeply enjoy teaming up with other attorneys to provide the best representation possible.
Co-founders Brittany Dowd and Laura King are both spouses of active duty military members, a demographic that comprises less than one percent of practicing attorneys in the United States. They met while studying for the bar exam and subsequently clerked together in Division III of the Washington State Court of Appeals. From there, Ad Hoc Legal Group developed organically as a measure to establish a practice they could carry with them wherever they may move. Both are passionate about the practice of law and deeply enjoy teaming up with other attorneys to provide the best representation possible.
The Ad Hoc team understands that building trust is a critical step to hiring a contract attorney. To that end, they welcome opportunities to set up virtual meetings or phone calls. In lieu of that, here is a bit more about our founders to help you get to know them:
Brittany likes cooking (but not baking), hiking (especially while traveling), and finding new shows on Netflix. She has had a taste of a number of different practice areas, but she has a soft spot for family and children’s issues. Most of her volunteer and pro bono experience has related to custody and child support issues, including serving as a Court-Appointed Special Advocate for children.
Laura likes museums, macarons, and taking her dog, Moose, on walks. When she moves, she likes exploring the local area, and she tries to participate in cases that help her understand the local culture. In Montgomery, Alabama, she participated in the Alabama Post-Conviction Relief Project, which provides pro bono representation for death row inmates in state court.