Attorney Hudson Ellis Makes Junior Partner At Buchanan And Associates

Friday, January 29, 2016
The Law firm of Eric Buchanan and Associates, PLLC announces that Attorney Hudson T. Ellis has been made Junior Partner. 

"Prior to joining Eric Buchanan and Associates in 2013 as an associate, Mr. Ellis spent four years in civil litigation, and enjoyed significant success in jury, bench and Claims Commission trials for both claimants and defendants.

"Hudson leverages his extensive trial and appellate experience to advocate and obtain benefits for his clients.
He loves watching his efforts affect lives and he realizes that many of his clients could not battle the insurance companies or the Social Security Administration without help," officials said.

His love of technology led him to develop ‘Job Sleuth’, an iPhone app for social security disability practitioners that grants instant and complete access to the Dictionary of Occupational Titles whenever you have your phone in hand. 

Mr. Ellis enjoys spending his free time with family and friends, playing hockey, reading and playing any game that involves strategy. 

Mr. Ellis was a scholarship baseball player for Bryan College, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree, Summa Cum Laude, in 2006. He then went on to finish his formal education at the University of Tennessee College of Law, where he obtained his doctor of jurisprudence degree in 2009. 

"We are proud and excited about the new role and responsibilities that Hudson will be assuming at Eric Buchanan and Associates and look forward to years of fighting the giants for our clients side-by-side," officials said.

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