Dailey is an associate in the firm's Tennessee office. She focuses her practice on federal and state regulatory compliance for consumer lenders.
Prior to joining Hudson Cook, Dailey was a project attorney at King and Spalding, LLP, where she practiced in tort and environmental litigation, focusing on e-discovery.
Dailey received her law degree cum laude in 2012 from the University of Georgia School of Law. She holds a Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude in History from the College of Charleston.
She is admitted to practice in Georgia and Tennessee and is a member of the American Bar Association.
University of Georgia School of Law, Cum Laude, J.D.-May 2012
College of Charleston, Magna Cum Laude, B.A. History - May 2009
Admitted to practice in Georgia (2012)
Admitted to practice in Tennessee (2014)
Member, American Bar Association
Co-Author, "2016 Small-Dollar Lending Update: An Obituary or a Re-Awakening," The Business Lawyer (Spring 2017).
Co-Author, "Death by a Thousand Cuts: Update on Small-Dollar Lending," 71 Bus. Law 741 (Spring 2016) with Catherine M. Brennan, Justin B. Hosie and Erica A.N. Kramer.
Author, Journal of Intellectual Property Law, "Grokster and Beyond: Secondary Liability for Copyright Infringement During Live Musical Performances," 19 J. Intell. Prop. L. 173 (2011)