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    • J.D., magna cum laude, Baylor University School of Law, 2018, Baylor Law Review, Senior Technical Editor; Order of the Barristers; National Mock Trial and Moot Court Teams
    • B.S., magna cum laude, University of Alabama, 2015, Commerce and Business Administration, Accounting and Business/Marketing

Savanna Barlow is an associate in the Financial Services Litigation and Bankruptcy and Restructuring practice groups. Savanna’s practice focuses on financial services litigation matters in both federal and state court, along with Chapter 11 proceedings, bankruptcy litigation and other bankruptcy-related matters. 

In the financial services industry, Savanna provides valuable counsel to lenders and servicers in enforcing creditors’ rights and preserving commercial assets through foreclosures, suits on promissory notes and guaranties, and appointment of receivers over real property. Savanna is experienced in handling all aspects of litigation and appeals in federal and state courts.

Savanna also has experience representing debtors, secured lenders, and other parties in interest in a variety of Chapter 11 cases and out-of-court restructuring efforts. In any venue, Savanna relies on her understanding of clients’ businesses, and the industries in which they operate, to develop strategic objectives and achieve favorable results.

Prior to joining Polsinelli, Savanna served as an international tax intern at a Big Four accounting firm. During law school, she served on the editorial board of the Baylor Law Review as the Senior Technical Editor. She also competed on multiple national moot court and mock trial teams, winning Best Team and Best Brief at the National Veterans Law Moot Court Competition.