2023 Law Clerks Join Collins & Lacy

Collins & Lacy, P.C. is pleased to announce the hiring of two law school clerks for the summer.


Originally from Frederick County, Maryland, Adrienne “Addy” Lowery is a rising 3L at the University of South Carolina School of Law. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with an undergraduate degree in Political Science earning distinction with Dean’s List recognition each year. Addy has served as Deputy Director of Operations for the Joe Wilson congressional re-election campaign, a Legislative and Staff Assistant for the South Carolina Republican Party, and a Capital and Collateral Litigation Section Law Clerk for the South Carolina Office of the Attorney General.

Kyle H. Cooper is a rising 3L at the University of South Carolina School of Law. From Vienna, Virginia, he gradutated from James Madison University, magna cum laude, with a degree in Psychology and a Minor in Honors Interdisciplinary Research. Kyle has served as a law clerk in a number at the D.C. Office of the Attorney General (Mental Health Division), Woron & Dhillon, LLC and the South Carolina State Senate Judiciary Committee.


“We are very pleased to welcome these impressive students and legal leaders of the future to our team,” remarked firm president, Christian Stegmaier. “We will provide them with working assignments with the attorneys from our major practice areas for a well-rounded clerk experience.”

About Collins & Lacy, P.C.

Collins & Lacy is a statewide business defense firm in South Carolina that delivers legal representation for our clients through solid preparation, execution, and client-oriented service aimed at success. Located in the State’s capital city of Columbia, the firm represents local, regional and national clients in the areas of construction; hospitality/retail and entertainment law; insurance/bad faith; products liability; professional liability; commercial transportation; privacy, data management, and cybersecurity; mediation; criminal defense; and governmental affairs/issue advocacy.