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Jamie Sullivan

"Practicing personal injury law allows me to work directly with clients while focusing solely on making them whole again."

As a recent law school graduate, Jamie brings a fresh outlook and ideas to the firm. He is licensed to practice law in the state of Tennessee and joined our team as an Associate Attorney in the Pre-litigation department.

Jamie was raised in Cowan, Tennessee. After graduating from Franklin County High School, Jamie attended Bethel University in McKenzie, Tennessee, where he received scholarships for his academics (Trustee Honor Scholarship) and theatrical performances (Bethel University Renaissance Theatre). During his time at Bethel University, Jamie served as the Junior Class President for the Student Government Association, Vice President for Kappa Phi Rho, Treasurer for Greek Council and on the Judicial Review Board.

Upon graduating from Bethel University, Jamie began his legal education at Belmont University College of Law in Nashville, Tennessee. While attending law school, Jamie competed on Belmont’s mock trial team. Jamie was a founding member of Belmont’s Criminal Law Journal, where he served as Executive Communications Editor. During his final year of law school, Jamie was elected by his peers as a 3L Senator for the Student Bar Association Executive Board. Jamie was also a member of Belmont’s Legal Aid Society, Board of Advocacy, and American Inn of Court.

Over the course of legal education, Jamie gained a wealth of practical experience working as a law clerk for a private practice, the State of Tennessee and circuit court judges. In the summer of 2015, Jamie interned with a Franklin, Tennessee law firm where he remained a law clerk throughout the entirety of his time in law school. During the fall semester of 2015, Jamie accepted an externship with the Tennessee Office of the Attorney General in the Department of Criminal Justice. In the summer of 2016, Jamie returned to the Tennessee Office of the Attorney General as a law clerk for the Departments of Bankruptcy and Consumer Advocate & Protection. Throughout his entire final year of law school, Jamie served as a law clerk for the 21st Judicial District Circuit Court in Franklin, Tennessee.

  • Bethel University, Bachelor of Science
  • Belmont University College of Law, Juris Doctor
  • State Bar of Tennessee, 2017

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