Courtney H. Bullard
Courtney has over ten years of experience representing institutions, including 8 years as a University system attorney. As in-house counsel, she served as a trusted advisor to the Chancellor, Vice Chancellors, Athletic Director, Director of Office and Equity and Diversity, Title IX Coordinator, Provost and other top level administrators on all legal matters affecting the institution. Her breadth of knowledge and familiarity with the unique aspects of a college campus provide a distinctive approach to partnering with institutions to assist with their legal needs. She excels in advising clients on all aspects of institutional compliance, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and the Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization amendments to the Jeanne Clery Act, and specializes in providing legal advice to institutions during sexual misconduct, stalking and relationship violence investigations.
Courtney received her undergraduate degree from Indiana University in 1998. She graduated from the University of Memphis School of Law in 2001, where she served on the law review as a comments editor. Prior to serving as Associate General Counsel for the University of Tennessee, she worked for Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwell and Husch & Eppenberger. Courtney also teaches Business Law as an Adjunct Professor for the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, and Southern New Hampshire University.
Courtney is a member of NACUA and Workplace Investigations Group.
Courtney has two girls, Charlotte (7) and Campbell (11), and two bonus children, Austin (15) and Tyler (12). In her free time you will find her with her husband, Todd, cheering on her children on the soccer or baseball field or at a gymnastics competition.
Megan Simmons – Consultant
Megan Simmons is a consultant for ICS and brings a wealth of experience to the team. She is an experienced sexual misconduct prevention trainer. She has trained individuals on sexual harassment prevention under Title VII (workplace) and Title IX (education) and anti-discrimination law in government, private industry, and non-profits. She is also an experienced investigator of sexual assault and sexual harassment complaints, and currently sits on a university board that decides whether harassment allegations meet the requisite threshold to move forward in the adjudicatory process. She holds a J.D. from Charleston School of Law and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Health Services.
Samantha Jo Campbell-Filter
Samantha Jo Campbell-Filter serves as a paralegal and the office manager for ICS. She is originally from Florida and a member of the Army National Guard as Military police. She deployed in 2014-2015 and became a Sargent in the Army in 2018. She graduated from Chattanooga State Community College, Cum Laude, in December 2017 through the Paralegal Studies Program. She served as the secretary of the Legal Studies Association, part of the Chattanooga State Chapter of Lambda Epsilon Chi Honor Society (LEX), and part of Phi Theta Kapa. She has always been interested in the law which is why she became a Paralegal. She enjoys law libraries, research, books in hand and the feeling of accomplishment when she finds which law goes with the case at hand. Samantha stays busy with her two little boys that are 5 years old, one who is going in 1st grade and one in kindergarten. In her spare time, Samantha and her boys love to go to the zoo, go hiking or fishing, visiting the Chatanooga Aquarium, and anything that involves outdoors.