Mollie Wildmann represents employers in all manner of disputes related to labor and employment law. 

While in law school, Mollie gained extensive legal experience working in private practice as a summer associate and law clerk in three different law firms. She also devoted time advising clients in a pro bono capacity as a student attorney with the University of Memphis School of Law Children's Defense Clinic and completed a judicial clerkship with the Honorable Judge Brian S. Miller of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas. Her law school activities and honors also included serving as Notes Editor for the University of Memphis Law Review, earning the CALI Award for Excellence (highest grade) in Children's Defense Clinic, and providing one-on-one tutoring in all classes offered at University of Memphis School of Law as one of the law school’s Academic Success Program Dean’s Fellows.

Mollie is also involved in the Association for Women Attorneys in Memphis, serving on the Board of Directors and as Co-Chair of the Golf Tournament Committee. She is responsible for overall event planning and sponsorship recruitment for the organization's annual golf tournament. 

Representative Experience
  • Revised employee manuals and employment policies to reflect new 2019 Labor and Employment legislation.

  • Assisted newly formed and/or rapidly growing businesses in expansion by drafting and revising new plant employee handbooks.

  • Drafted various policies and agreements, including Sign-on, Retention, and Referral Bonus Policies, for large agricultural distributors in the United States.

  • German - Proficient speaking, reading, and writing