Ms. Hunter has dedicated her professional career to representing employees involved in disputes within the workplace.
She is especially interested in workplace fairness and equality, and strives to serve the underserved in areas of workplace discrimination, retaliation and wrongful discharge. She has a special interest in equal pay cases, gender bias, marital-status discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, and family leave cases. Ms. Hunter believes that a boutique law firm, such as Collins & Hunter PLLC, is the perfect setting to meet the needs of her clients.
More about Anne Hunter
Ms. Hunter has been actively involved in the private practice of law in Tennessee, focusing on employment discrimination on behalf of individuals. She practices in federal and courts, and before the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). She also negotiates severance packages and reviews non-competition covenants for terminated employees.
She has been trained as a mediator and values a collaborative approach to handling disputes on behalf of clients and represents clients in settlement negotiations and at mediations and arbitrations.
As a Master of the Bench with the Belmont Inns of Court, she enjoys mentoring law students and advancing civility in the practice of law. She is a regular speaker on topics involving workplace harassment and discrimination.
Ms. Hunter graduated from DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, Illinois after obtaining her undergraduate degree in English Literature from DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana.
Ms. Hunter has lived in Middle Tennessee since 2000 and has raised her three children here. She enjoys traveling with her family. She swears she’s spent over two years of her life either watching youth baseball tournaments or hunter/jumper shows – and she wouldn’t miss a minute!