Turner Padget continues growth in Columbia

April 29, 2021

Turner Padget announced the addition of Virginia “Ginny” Bozeman, of counsel, to the Litigation practice group in Columbia. She focuses her practice on defending physicians, physician practices and hospitals in medical malpractice litigation.

“We are delighted to add Ginny Bozeman’s excellent perspective on medical malpractice litigation to our growing team in Columbia,” said C. Pierce Campbell, CEO of Turner Padget. “She is a very talented attorney with vast knowledge of this field. Her arrival continues to strengthen our commitment to client service.”

Prior to joining Turner Padget, Ginny practiced in Tennessee for seventeen years. She spent ten years defending doctors and hospitals in medical malpractice matters. She has additionally served as Assistant County Attorney, Chief Ethics Officer, and Contracts Administrator for Shelby County Government in Memphis and as a senior judicial law clerk for the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals and Tennessee Supreme Court.

Ginny is active in the legal community, having served on the board of directors for the Association of Women Attorneys – Memphis Chapter in 2016, as a fellow of the Memphis Bar Foundation in 2018, and graduated from the Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Law class in 2019. She also serves as an adjunct legal research professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law.

Ginny earned her undergraduate degree from Rollins College and her law degree from the University of Memphis – Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.


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