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Government Law firm changes name to Pham Harrison, adds associate

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Co-founding Partners Caroline Harrison, Managing Partner, and Lu Pham announced today that the Labor & Employment law firm has changed its name to Pham Harrison LLP.

Previously known as Dowell Pham Harrison LLP, Dowell recently left the firm to return to insurance defense work and litigation.

“We understand this is Brad’s passion; we have enjoyed working with Brad and are happy he will get to follow his passion,” Harrison said.

In addition, Spencer Mainka has joined the firm as an associate. Mainka joins the firm after having graduated from Texas A&M School of Law, where she served as the Business Editor for the Texas A&M Journal of Property Law and a board member for the Employment and Labor Law Student Association.

Spencer completed a concentration in Workplace Law and was a research assistant to Professor and Director of the Workplace Law Program, Michael Z. Green. She was voted into the National Order of Scribes by the faculty at Texas A&M School of Law and also received top accolades for her article Algorithm-Based Recruiting in the Workplace. Spencer was and continues to be active in the Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association and Tarrant County Bar.

Pham, Harrison, and Brad Dowell founded the firm in 2015. The firm’s address remains 505 Pecan Street, Ste. 200, in downtown Fort Worth. Its website is now www.phamharrison.com


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