Savannah Edmonds was born and raised in Frederick, Maryland. She earned her degree in Criminal Justice from High Point University in High Point, North Carolina before attending law school in the heart of Nashville at Belmont University. She began her career at May McKinney as an intern following her second year of law school. She loved criminal law and the work May | McKinney was doing so much, she never left. We were delighted to be able to mentor her and eventually welcome her on as an associate attorney.
Savannah has prepped and participated in first degree murder cases and other serious felonies and misdemeanors, including two jury trials. She is a zealous advocate for her clients and has achieved some great outcomes for them as a result. She regularly handles cases in Davidson, Wilson, Williamson, Sumner, Rutherford, Robertson, Cheatham and Dickson Counties.
Savannah began volunteering with Big Brothers/Big Sisters as an undergraduate student in North Carolina, and she continues to serve underprivileged youth through her work with Walnut Youth Academy here in Nashville. Outside the office, Savannah is an avid Pilates class attendee and enjoys horseback riding.