A native of Greenville, Powers graduated from Greenville High School before receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of South Carolina. Powers earned a J.D. degree from Charleston School of Law where she was Symposium Editor of The Charleston Law Review.
While in law school, Powers was also a member of the Moot Court Board and was a regional quarterfinalist in the American Constitution Society Moot Court Competition at Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts.
In July 2015, Powers completed the July session of the famed National Criminal Defense College (NCDC) Trial Practice Institute. NCDC Trial Practice Institute is a rigorous two week training session at Mercer University School of Law in Macon, Georgia which is limited to only ninety-six criminal defense lawyers from around the United States. The program sharpens all trial-related skills with the help of nationally recognized faculty.
Powers is a member of the South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Greenville Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. She was the Preisdent of the Greenville County Bar Association in 2020, and is now a Partner at Price Law Firm, P.A.
Driver License Suspension
Dicorce and Child Support issues
Personal inury - Plaintiff
Title IX defense
Civil litigation for on the job injuries