WHO WE ARE
We aren’t messing around. We work hard, we communicate with our clients, we litigate. Our clients are people, and we talk to them like people--we’re people too. We listen. We research. We talk when we know the answer. We use technology. We ask questions. We don’t give up. We get results.
Bennett Hirschhorn obtained his Bachelor of Arts at the University of Wisconsin, Madison (1992) and attended law school at the Oklahoma City University, School of Law (1997). During college and law school, he clerked for several high-profile criminal defense attorneys and used his technology skills to solve problems in numerous cases.
After Law School, Mr. Hirschhorn founded a tech start-up and created Wireless Westlaw in partnership with Motorola and West Publishing. In 2000, he was hired by IBM as a wireless technology specialist.
For the next 15 years, Mr. Hirschhorn held solution architect and director positions at IBM, Oracle, and Infor. In 2007, he passed the Tennessee Bar.
In 2016, Mr. Hirschhorn decided to leave technology and practice law full-time. Today he passionately advocates for clients in several fields including family law, real estate, and debt defense rights. He also performs some low-bono work for those who cannot afford the full price of representation. Mr. Hirschhorn is also Of Counsel with Helbing Law Group, and defends litigation across the state of Tennessee.
Hailey Reall attended undergraduate at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (20140 where she earned her Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration and Management with a concentration in Entrepreneurship and Business Development. Immediately after Mrs. Reall graduated from UNCW she began law school at the Elon University School of Law (2017) and obtained her Juris Doctor.
Mrs. Reall is no stranger to the courtroom. Mrs. Reall began her legal career during her Junior and Senior years' at UNCW as a Victim Witness Legal Assistant for the Brunswick County District Attorney. There, she worked closely with victims, attorneys and other legal professionals; some of duties she was tasked with were compiling files from warrants, felony reports, discovery, corresponding with opposing counsel, and prepare the Jury Book for each felony trial.
This role allowed Mrs. Reall to become intimately familiar with administrative legal processes, criminal law, and how to effectively maintain and professional and cordial legal demeanor lawyer.
While currently studying for the Tennessee State Bar Exam, Mrs. Reall is working as Attorney Bennett Hirschhorn's law clerk. As a solo practitioner, Attorney Hirschhorn utilizes Mrs. Reall's skill-sets in an all-encompassing capacity. Mrs. Reall handles the firm's administrative tasks, communication with County Clerks across the state of Tennessee, conducts legal research and legal writing for each case; often needing to compose legal documents on a whim that can stem from a number of practice areas. Mrs. Reall and Attorney Hirschhorn are a dynamic legal team, they have appeared for trial in nearly 20 counties throughout the state of Tennessee.