Meet Attorney & Counselor

Whitney Gage

“I want my clients to feel supported in all aspects of the crisis that they're going through. I want them to know that I'm there for them for emotional support as well as legal advice.”

Whitney Gage is passionate about her role as a counselor. Whether fighting to protect those attacked on the Internet, working to empower victims as they rebuild their lives, or mentoring other attorneys who advocate on behalf of individuals who are struggling, Whitney invests all her energies to enable others to move forward.

In particular, Whitney fiercely works to protect vulnerable individuals threatened by the growing problem of revenge porn. While incidents are on the rise, many victims are unaware that they have legal remedies available. “I like being the law firm that people can go to when they don’t know where else to go,” she explains. She works with the team at Hutcherson Law to help clients stand up to the people who have wronged them and put their lives and reputations back together so they are ready to move forward. In addition to working with victims of revenge porn, Whitney also helps clients suffering losses caused by online defamation and copyright infringement.

Prior to focusing her practice on Internet law, Whitney mentored new attorneys at a firm focused on advocacy for federal workers injured in the scope of employment. Her compassion for victims of injustice has led her to volunteer significant time and energy to pro bono work.

A member of the State Bars of both Texas and Tennessee, Whitney earned her J.D. degree from Vanderbilt University Law School as a Dean’s Scholar. She holds a B.A. degree in English and Sociology from Vanderbilt University and completed additional humanities studies in London.

In her free time, Whitney enjoys practicing yoga, studying languages, spending time with her family, and reading mysteries and historical fiction.