Tennessee Law Schools

Comprehensive Directory of Law Schools in Tennessee in Alphabetical Order


Tennessee Law Schools

  • Knoxville - University of Tennessee College of Law
    915 Volunteer Boulevard, Knoxville 37996, Phone: (865) 974-1000

    The University of Tennessee College of Law opened its doors in 1890, but it has never been better than it is today. For more than 110 years the Tennessee faculty have been dedicated to training competent, ethical attorneys. As the practice of law has changed, the curriculum has changed to keep pace with the evolving demands of the profession. However, the fundamental tasks -- "the development of skills, the nurture of intellect, and the molding of character" -- have never changed. The College of Law teaches its students to think, write, and speak like lawyers, providing them with a complete legal education.

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  • Memphis - Memphis State University, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
    3715 Central Ave, Memphis 38152, Phone: (901) 678-2421

    The faculty at The University of Memphis School of Law have distinguished themselves by their commitment to teaching and to legal research and scholarship. Thirteen members of the faculty have earned graduate law degrees (LL.M) and five faculty members have served as graduate law clerks for federal appellate and trial judges. Several faculty members have been elected to the American Law Institute and others serve as consultants to judicial commissions and active participants in state and national bar associations.

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  • Nashville - Nashville School of Law
    4013 Armory Oaks Drive, Nashville 37204, Phone: (615) 256-3684

    We provide our diverse and highly motivated student body with an outstanding legal education. The School has a talented faculty of men and women who were educated at leading law schools, including NSL, and who teach our students to become ethical and proficient lawyers. Our faculty knows first hand about the practice of law--they are all practicing attorneys and judges. Our students benefit greatly from their practical knowledge and expertise.

  • Nashville - Vanderbilt University Law School
    131 21st Ave. South, Nashville 37203-1181, Phone: (615) 322-2615

    The skills of lawyers, including the skills of analyzing complex issues, asking the right questions, advocating for clients, and managing disputes and organizations, are best taught in a rigorous setting by first-rate faculty, in the company of outstanding classmates. At Vanderbilt, you'll find a faculty that is second to none in combining excellent and demanding teaching with important and influential research. More than anywhere else, Vanderbilt professors are demanding in class and civil and accessible outside it. Our faculty and staff work hard to model, in every class and every program, best practices in teaching law. As a result, our graduates are in high demand, with more than 550 employers visiting Vanderbilt every year to recruit our students for positions throughout the U.S. and abroad.

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