Buffalo Business First: Meet Emerging Attorney Bridget Steele
Bridget Steele, associate, was recently profiled and interviewed by Buffalo Business First as part of its “Emerging Attorney” series.
“Buffalo attorney Bridget Steele was recognized for her work with Volunteer Lawyers Project and last fall won the Say Yes Clinics Award at the Champions for Justice Bash. She volunteers at the general advice walk-in clinic of the Buffalo Public Schools Adult Education Center. Steele is a junior board member of the VLP’s Rising Champions for Justice and pitches in with the Attorney of the Morning eviction defense program.
An associate in the health care and human services practice of Barclay Damon LLP, she assists clients with regulatory and compliance matters, including corporate compliance, HIPAA and data privacy, reimbursement, contracting, network development, and FDA-related issues.
“I have worked with behavioral health providers, agencies that serve individuals with developmental disabilities, hospitals, home care agencies, and health information exchanges,” she said.””
Read the full article to learn more about Steele, including her first job, favorite TV shows, and how she manages her time effectively.
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