Dana Allen (Temp) Temple Jr. came to work at the firm in May as a Communications Intern in the website development department. Temp had been attending Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, majoring in public relations and communications. During his internship, Temp helped write news releases and stories for the Beasley Allen website and the Righting Injustice blog site. He also helped get audio files ready to be put on the firm’s YouTube channel. Temp was a fast learner, picked up on things quickly, and did a very good job on these projects.
Toward the end of his internship, Temp was moved to the firm’s Personal Injury Section and started working on new client communications. In this job, he contacts persons who have called the firm about a potential case in order to gather more information about their claim. Temp then passes this on to be used by our investigators and lawyers who then can follow up, do the investigation and evaluate the potential claim. In August, when the opportunity to accept a full-time job with the firm became available, Temp decided to stay here, rather than returning to Belmont. He is now enrolled, as a junior, in the adult degree completion program at Huntingdon College, and plans to attend classes in the evenings to finish out his coursework.
Temp grew up in Montgomery, and graduated from Trinity Presbyterian School. His father, Dana Allen Temple, is a local businessman. His mother, Lisa Cheek Temple, is a graduate of Jones School of Law, and passed the bar examination, but instead of practicing law went to work for a family business. Lisa, a talented author, has also written her first novel which should be in print later this year. I predict it will be a best seller and the start of a new career.
In his free time, Temp enjoys spending time with friends and playing tennis. He also is interested in languages, having visited France to study French. At some point, Temp wants to visit Japan to study Japanese. Temp is a very hard worker and while he still has lots to learn, he is doing a good job for the firm. We are glad he elected to stay with us.
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