Michelle Blaylock-Howser has been involved in the judicial system for over 12 years. She began her legal career with the law firm of Agee, Allen, Godwin, Morris and Laurenzi where she was paralegal to partner Lynn Agee and Susan Bradley. In 1998, she became employed as paralegal with the law office of Wilson and Bradley in the area of employment and personal injury law. In 1999, She accepted employment as a Judicial Assistant for the State of Tennessee under the Honorable Judge Don R. Ash and Honorable Judge J. Mark Rogers for 8 years. She worked full-time for the State Judiciary while attending law school full-time. Upon graduation in 2006, she worked at the firm of Greg Reed and Associates where she became partner in Reed & Howser. In 2013, she decided to go back "home" to the firm of Wilson & Bradley as an associate and is now partner in that firm which is now called Wilson, Howser & Oliver. She now focuses her practice on family law including divorce, custody, child support, relocation, modification, and adoptions.