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“Every day presents an opportunity for me to move my clients’ cases closer to resolution. In doing so, I advocate for my clients with zeal and empathy.”
Isaac grew up in a military family, living in six different states before moving to Tennessee. Inspired by his father’s 20-year military service and his mother’s courage to move from South Korea to the United States, Isaac attended law school so he could serve as an advocate for others.

Isaac was born in Seattle, Washington. After graduating from Arizona State University, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee to work on criminal justice policy. Isaac visited Tennessee death row inmates and traveled across the state, speaking in churches, high schools, and colleges.

Prior to joining Hughes & Coleman in 2017, Isaac represented families of individuals who had been injured by nursing home corporations. Isaac then served the public as an advisor to a Tennessee state Senator leader’s office.

Isaac is a member of the State Bar of Tennessee and maintains an inactive license in the State of Missouri. While in law school, he served on the Editorial Board of The University of Memphis Law Review. Isaac is a member of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association.

Isaac has tried cases to verdict in state and federal court. This includes a May 2021 jury verdict of $122,755.46 following a pre-trial top offer of $30,000.

Isaac lives in the Nashville area with his wife, Brooke, twin children, and two cats. Isaac is an avid sportsman, playing soccer, tennis, and golf, as well as rooting for his beloved Seattle Seahawks and Tottenham Hotspur.

  • Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies
  • University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Juris Doctor
  • State Bar of Tennessee, 2012
  • State Bar of Missouri, 2013 (inactive status)
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Tennessee, 2018
  • Mid-South Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, 2021

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