Hall Ansley, PC
Deborah Dodge is a trial attorney who is passionate about representing patients and families who have been victims of poor medical treatment.
Aside from medical malpractice cases, Debbie has an active trial practice in other areas including personal injury, business, municipal and agricultural litigation. She also enjoys representing clients at the appellate level.
Debbie has served on the board of governors for The Missouri Bar, the Missouri Rules of Civil Procedure Committee and the Judicial Performance Review Committee. She also served as president for the Southern Missouri Women Lawyers.
Debbie has made Hall Ansley her home since 1994. Prior to joining the firm, she enjoyed the experience of working as a law clerk for Judge John E. Parrish at the Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern Division.
Debbie is a devoted board member of Barnabas Foundation which operates a unique camp focusing on the talents and gifts of children with physical and mental disabilities.
Debbie was the 2001 recipient of The Missouri Bar Foundation's David J. Dixon Appellate Advocacy Award, the 2014 recipient of Missouri Lawyers' Weekly Women’s Justice Award (Litigation Practitioner), and in 2011 she was named one of Springfield Business Journal's Most Influential Women.
Debbie received her B.A., cum laude, in communications from Central Methodist College and her J.D. from Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas.