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Front Page - Friday, December 22, 2017

Faith, Reynolds selected for TBA’s Leadership Law program




Gearhiser, Peters, Elliott & Cannon attorney Justin Faith and Drew Reynolds of Spears, Moore, Rebman & Williams have been selected to participate in the Tennessee Bar Association’s Leadership Law program, a six-month leadership program for the legal community.

Faith, Reynolds and 28 other attorneys from across the state will interact with judicial, legislative, community and bar leaders to learn about leadership in the legal profession, issues in the courts, policymaking in government and the importance of community service. The class will meet for its first session in January and will graduate in conjunction with the TBA Annual Meeting and Convention in Memphis in June.

“We’re very proud of Justin and his selection to the Leadership Law program,” says Sam Elliott, member of Gearhiser Peters and former Chattanooga Bar and TBA president. “He continues to prove himself as an excellent attorney and valued member of the community.”

Faith practices primarily in the areas of civil business litigation and estate administration. He has experience representing both businesses and individuals in commercial litigation and business disputes, construction matters, employment law, municipality issues, trust and estate litigation, conservatorships and various other legal matters.

Faith received his law degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law with high honors and his undergraduate degree from the University of Louisville with high honors.

Prior to joining the firm, Faith served as the judicial law clerk for the Honorable W. Frank Brown III (retired) and the Honorable Jeffrey M. Atherton of the Hamilton County Chancery Court. Since entering private practice, Faith has been heavily involved with the Chattanooga and Tennessee Bar Associations and in related community service events.

Reynolds joined Spears Moore in 2008 after graduating from the University of Tennessee College of Law. His practice centers primarily in the areas of civil litigation and medical malpractice defense.

“It’s an honor to be selected for the TBALL program and exciting that Chattanooga will be well-represented in the 2018 class,” Reynolds says.

Sources: Gearhiser, Peters, Elliott & Cannon and the TBA