The Tennessee Supreme Court and the Access to Justice Commission recently recognized 17 Rutherford County lawyers as 2020 Attorneys for Justice, an honor awarded to all attorneys who provide at least 50 hours of pro bono service to the community and those in need.
"The passion and commitment that comes with doing pro bono service are what we needed in the difficult and uncertain times of 2020,” said Anne-Louise Wirthlin, Director of the Access to Justice Initiative. “The attorneys being recognized as Attorneys for Justice helped their community connect with much-needed resources. Their dedication to serving Tennesseans in need is remarkable."
The Access to Justice Commission was created by the Supreme Court to develop a strategic plan for improving access to justice in Tennessee, which includes education of the public, identification of priorities to meet the need of improved access to justice, and recommendations to the Supreme Court of projects and programs the Commission determines to be necessary and appropriate for enhancing access to justice in Tennessee. To learn more about Access to Justice, you may visit its website.
2020 Rutherford County Attorneys for Justice
Tracy Church, Attorney at Law
Darwin Colston, Mitchell & Mitchell Attorneys
Brittany Dinaso, Attorney at Law
Chase Doscher, Law Office of W. Scott Kimberly, PLLC
Amy Farrar, Tennessee Center for Estate & Elder Law, PLLC
Ted Goodman, Murfree & Goodman, PLLC
Mitzi Hall, Attorney at Law
Katja Hedding, Katja Hedding Law
Brad Hornsby, Bulloch Fly Hornsby & Evans, PLLC
Scott Kimberly, Law Office of W. Scott Kimberly, PLLC
Rebecca Lashbrook, Attorney at Law
Cherie Meece, Attorney at Law
Jimmy Richardson, Attorney at Law
Monika Ridley, Attorney at Law
Stacey Terral, Attorney at Law
Enoch Wilhoite, Attorney at Law
Sonya Smith Wright, Smith-Wright Law, PLLC