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Business Manager

Lee Bishop joined the Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC, in 2004. She is a native of Spartanburg County, and graduated from Converse College, a private, liberal arts university.

Lee began working when she was 12 years old under the direction of her Mother who was the Manager for a multi-physician family practice in Spartanburg. Therefore, Lee believes in hard work and dedication to one’s work. She expects this same work ethic from her employees for the clients that are served by the Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC., as well.

In college, Lee worked as a Patient Representative, providing services to patients and their families, many of whom where in a crisis situation as Trauma patients in the Emergency Department at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center.

Since joining our office, Lee has served as the Business Manager.

Lee has assisted in numerous legal proceedings, including felony trials. As the Business Manager she is responsible for ensuring that the clients and their families receive the best experience possible when working with the office.

All public relations matters and donation requests are handled by Lee.

Lee is a member of First Baptist Church Spartanburg, past Class Fund Chair at Converse College and past Board Member of the Palmetto Opera.

When Lee is not at the office you can find her traveling Europe or simply practicing yoga at Lexington’s Pink Lotus Studio.

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