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2011-present Holston Methodist Federal Credit Union Board of Directors
2010-present Smoky Mountain Service Dogs – Legal Counsel Consultant
May 2011 Joni and Friends - Seminar Presenter
2009-2010 Holston Methodist Conference- Knoxville Area, Presenter
2009 LRP Special Education Law Conference, Charlotte, NC
2008 LRP Special Education Law Conference, San Diego, CA
2007-2008 Tennessee Department of Education, Special Education Teachers and Administrators
2005 -2006 (TAASE) The Tennessee Association of Administrators of Special Education, Presenter
1992 -1999 University of Tennessee Knox County Alumni Board of Directors Member
Presenter to Boy Scouts of America
A Supporter of several non-profit organizations.
Tell us about your practice concentration.
My laws practice concentration has primarily been a general civil practice with a focus on
• Wills, trusts, estates & probate
• Personal injury, as well as
• Criminal defence
I have represented individuals and businesses from sole proprietorship to corporations as both plaintiffs and defendants. During my 24 years as an attorney, I have represented clients in most courts in Knox and all of the surrounding counties as well as courts in Middle Tennessee including Cookeville, Nashville and Tullahoma. I have handled cases involving civil rights, worker's compensation, employment, commercial litigation, tort claims, property disputes, personal injury claims, domestic relations, contract law and Special Education Law.
During 17 of my 24 years as an attorney, I had the honor of serving as an Administrative Law Judge for the State of Tennessee hearing Special Education cases from Memphis to Bristol, TN with the responsibility of ruling on cases involving both complex Federal and State Laws including pre-trial motions, discovery disputes and issuing detailed final orders which included findings of facts and conclusions of law of which some were appealed but none were ever over turned. Additionally, I mediated disputes between parties and successfully resolved a significant number of matters as a Mediator for the State of Tennessee for 14 years.
What attributes do you possess that make you qualified for this position?
I have grown, developed and evolved through my 24 years of experience as a lawyer. I remain excited and ambitious about life and law but with gratefulness and humility that stem from valuable experiences, both victories and defeats. I know the importance of a strong work ethic, determination, honor, respect and integrity as these qualities are essential moral values in my life. I have the temperament and ability to hear cases and rule on evidence with fairness, good judgement and impartiality which is critical to all parties who enter into the court room.
I believe all courts belong to the public and I have the appropriate demeanour and the ability to clearly communicate to everyone. I respect the past and desire to embrace and be a part of the future of our court system. I am not perfect but who among us is? I do desire to always improve my knowledge, skills, abilities and attitude of gratitude.
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