Avery is an associate with the Bankruptcy & Restructuring group.

Her practice focuses on restructuring and bankruptcy.

Prior to joining Morris Nichols, Avery served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Reneta L. Green-Streett of the Superior Court of Delaware.

While in law school, Avery served as a staff member for the Bill of Rights Journal and vice president of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Competition Team. She also acted as a student attorney in the PELE (Special Education Law clinic). She gained experience as a legal extern with the Virginia Attorney General’s office, judicial intern to the Honorable Cleo Powell of the Supreme Court of Virginia, and intern at the Virginia Commonwealth Attorney’s Office.

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  • Firm News, 10.12.2023

    Morris Nichols is delighted to welcome six attorneys to the firm. They all bring prior experience from judicial clerkships and private litigation practice. 


  • Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Reneta L. Green-Streett, Superior Court of Delaware, 2022-2023
  • Judicial Intern, the Honorable Cleo Powell, Supreme Court of Virginia, 2021


The William & Mary Law School, JD, 2022
Bill of Rights Journal, Staff Member, 2022

University of Washington, BA, history, minor in political science, 2017


  • Delaware, 2023
  • New York, 2022


  • Chinese
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