Mr. Kendrick is an associate in Jackson & Campbell, P.C.’s Health Law Practice Group. His practice is concentrated in medical malpractice, defending physicians, hospitals, and other various health care providers.
Todd began his legal career working at Product Liability Advisory Council (PLAC), where he managed their amicus curiae program and helped to strategically support corporations and manufacturers in State and Federal Courts. Additionally, Todd focused on complex litigation and regulatory issues in the area of product development and product liability. Following PLAC, Todd gained further litigation experience representing physicians, hospitals, nursing home and skilled living facilities, and other health care providers at a mid-sized firm in New York.
While in law school, Todd worked as a full-time intern with the U.S. Department of Justice, where he represented the Secretary of Health and Human Services in vaccine injury litigation. Throughout these experiences, Todd enhanced his advocacy skills and gained insight regarding effective strategy and communication when addressing the multitude of issues that arise in litigation.
Todd received his J.D. from Elon University School of Law in 2017 (cum laude). While there he competed twice at the National Appellate Advocacy Competition, served as a board member on moot court and as the Business Editor of the “Elon Law Review,” and he was named a Leadership Fellow. Todd graduated in 2012 from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Arts.
- “Tort Damages in the District of Columbia” (The District of Columbia Bar) – 2020