Ms. Lowell is an attorney in the Las Vegas office of Kring & Chung and is licensed to practice in Nevada. She obtained her law degree from the Boyd School of Law in 2003, where she graduated summa cum laude. She received her undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, from Colgate University.
After her graduation from law school, Ms. Lowell clerked for two federal judges, Judge Philip M. Pro in U.S. District Court, District of Nevada, and Judge Bruce A. Markell, in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. She then joined the Pengilly Law Firm, and worked primarily in litigation, defending real estate developers and homeowners' associations. She later worked for the Randolph Law Firm where she expanded her practice to include both tax ligation and probate cases.
Ms. Lowell's practice at Kring & Chung is focused on insurance defense, corporate litigation, products liability, personal injury, insurance law, real estate law, bankruptcy, contract review and drafting, leasing and entity formation, and common interest community disputes. In addition, to successfully representing clients in state and federal trial courts throughout the state of Nevada, Ms. Lowell has also represented clients in proceedings before governmental agencies such as the Nevada Contractors Board, the Nevada Real Estate Division, the Common Interest Community Board, and the Nevada Department of Taxation, as well as the Internal Revenue Service, US Bankruptcy Court and in Probate Court.