About the KBA:
Organization's Who’s Who
Leaders of the Knoxville Bar Association
Committees and Sections
KBA Committees and Sections
The Government and Public Service Lawyers Section, open to all lawyers employed by any governmental entity, state, federal or local, including judicial clerks and attorneys with legal service agencies, has been organized to address the needs and concerns of government and public service lawyers which are not otherwise met by the organized Bar.
Phone: (865) 225-1660
Fax: (865) 545-4176
Phone: (865) 215-2327
Fax: (865) 215-2936
Daniel A. Sanders
Knox County Law Department
400 Main Avenue, Suite 612, City County Building
Knoxville, TN 37902
Government & Public Service Lawyers Activities
If you would like further information on the section, please contact Suzanne Bauknight at 545-4157 or Debbie Poplin at 545-4228.
Candidate Forum: Circuit Court, Div. I, Circuit Court, Div. II and Chancery Court, Part II
The KBA Government Lawyers Section has scheduled a Judicial Candidate forum on Monday, March 10th from 12 noon until 1 p.m. at the Small Assembly Room. The Section would like to encourage members of the bar to take this opportunity to learn more about the judicial candidates and their plans if elected. Each candidate will be given a few minutes to discuss why they have chosen to run for the judicial seat and answer questions from attendees. KBA members are encouraged to bring a lunch and take this opportunity to learn more about our judicial candidates.
Chancellor, Part II
Hon. Daryl R. Fansler
Clarence E. Pridemore
Circuit Court, Division I
Billy J. Stokes
Circuit Court, Division II
William (Bill) Ailor
Hon. Harold Wimberly, Jr.
Government at Work . . . Who Knew?
Young Williams Child Support Services
By Kevin Teffeteller, Legal Director, Young Williams Child Support Services
Advising the United States Department of Interior - A Very Brief History of the Office of the Solicitor, Knoxville Field OfficeBy
By Courtney Shea, Field Solicitor
U.S. Department of Energy
By Colin Colverson, Office of Chief Counsel, US Department of Energy, Oak Ridge Office
City of Knoxville Law Department
By Angela Rauber, City of Knoxville Law Department
The Knox County Law Director's Office
By Daniel Sanders, Knox County Law Director's Office
Office of Disability Adjudication and Review
By Baily Perry Bowers, Office of Disability Adjudication & Review
The United States Trustee, Bankruptcy "Watchdog"
By Patricia C. Foster, Trial Attorney for the United States Trustee Region 8
Office of the General Counsel at the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
By Kendra Mansur, Attorney, Office of the General Counsel, Tennessee Valley Authority
Division of Appeals and Hearings Tennessee Department of Human Services
By Althea Hickman Creel, Administrative Hearing Official, Division of Appeals and Hearings, Tennessee Department of Human Services
The Agony and the Irony: Little Known Effects of Sequestration on the United States Attorney's Office
By William C. Killian, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee