Nora Alhussaini Taube

Attorney

Nora’s journey with Bailey and Greer started when she walked into the office to drop off her resume and met Attorney Baker Yates. After a quick conversation, Baker asked Nora to sit in the conference room for an on-the-spot interview with him and Thomas Greer. Several hours later, Thomas called and offered Nora a job as the firm’s receptionist. Since then, Nora has had several roles in the law firm. Even a move to Florida didn’t keep her away from the firm for long. During her second year of law school, Nora worked as a law clerk for the firm. Now, Nora is an attorney with the firm focusing her practice on all areas of personal injury.

What I love about working at Bailey & Greer is that every case single case is our most important case. From my early days as a receptionist, Thomas and Sadler stressed the importance of knowing our clients’ names, cases, and issues when they called us or came into the office. There are no priorities for ‘bigger’ cases. We work tirelessly to ensure that every client gets fully compensated for their injuries. If that means we file a lawsuit over $2,000.00, then that’s what we are going to do. To our clients, that $2,000.00 makes a huge difference in their lives. Due to the nature of our practice, every client we represent has been injured in some way and they come to us for help. I love that our work makes a difference.

During law school, Nora competed on the National Mock Trial Team, completed Tennessee’s Supreme Court Rule 31 Training for Mediation, and won the In-School Mock Trial Competition. Nora is eager to put the skills she learned in law school to represent her clients in Court. Since joining the firm, Nora has worked with all of the firm’s attorneys to help the firm get the best possible results for clients.

Nora is happily married to Benjamin and they have three adorable cats: Hummus, Baba Ghanoush, and Pita Chip. In her spare time, Nora loves attending sports games with her husband, traveling with friends, and reading.

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Tennessee, 2019
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee, 2020

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