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Morgan E Smith

Morgan E Smith

The Law Office of Morgan Smith
  • Family Law, Divorce, Employment Law...
  • District of Columbia, Tennessee
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Summary

I am a Vanderbilt educated lawyer living in Nashville, Tennessee, and primarily practicing in the areas of Family and Employment Law (Plaintiff's side). I have been involved in litigation since 2007, with experience in complex litigation in federal courts. When I am not working, you can find me at a Preds game or watching the University of Louisville and Vanderbilt on tv.

Education
Vanderbilt University Law School
J.D. (2007) | Law
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New College of Florida
B.A. (2004) | Classics
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Professional Experience
Managing Attorney
The Law Office of Morgan Smith
- Current
Present Law Practice
Member Attorney
Dundon+Smith
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Supervising Attorney
DHS - Conciliation and Hearings
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Clerk, Office of the Prosecutor
The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY)
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Speaking Engagements
Modern Implications of Lincoln's Views of Professionalism, Nashville Bar Association, Nashville, Tennessee
Nashville Bar Association
Moderated and led 15 minute discussion
ETHICS AND PROFESSIONALISM: CLIENT CONFIDENTIALITY IN THE DIGITAL WORLD Maintaining Privilege and Confidentiality, NBA - Craving Credits, Nashville, Tennessee
Nashville Bar Association
Wrote, presented, produced. "OVERVIEW: Lawyers are embracing updates in technology and electronic tools because they make us quicker, efficient, and more effective in our practices. From email updates on our smartphones to cloud software for our files, we are tapped into technology more than ever. However, are we adequately protecting our electronic files? What impact will the NSA monitoring of communications have on attorney-client privilege? Learn about some of the potential missteps in your use of technology to ensure that your communications and work product are adequately protected, and that confidentiality is maintained throughout your representation."
DIRECTING THE TRIAL: Skills in Questioning and Controlling Focus (Direct and Cross), NBA - CLE by the Hour, Nashville, Tennessee
Nashville Bar Association
Committee Commentator. "Learn how to not only control the focus of the jurors, but also how to control the witness in both direct and cross examination. Through watching the participants and watching through the eyes of the witness and the juror, the attorney learns what it feels like to be in those places in the courtroom in order to get a greater understanding of how to control those who sit in those places. The rising inflection (the questioning inflection) is also briefly reviewed in this section and viewers are able to observe it more thoroughly in this section."
Awards
Homerun Hitter Award
Nashville Bar Association
Professional Associations
State Bar of Tennessee # 26601
Member
Current
American Association for Justice
Member
- Current
RAN
Secretary
- Current
Nashville Bar Association
Committee Chair - LRIS; Committee Member - CLE
- Current
Tennessee Bar Association
Member
- Current
TENNELA
Member
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
District of Columbia
District of Columbia Bar
Tennessee
6th Circuit
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    30 minutes free consultation by telephone.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Payment plans may be available in certain situations with a smaller retainer fee.
Practice Areas
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Employment Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Appeals & Appellate
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Social Media
Websites & Blogs
Website
Law On Your Schedule
Blog
Contested Divorce Lawyer
Blog
Our FLSA WordPress Blog
Contact & Map
1222 16th Ave S Ste 23
1222 16th Ave S Ste 23
Nashville, TN 37212
USA
Toll-Free: (615) 852-5028
Telephone: (615) 620-5848
Cell: (615) 852-5028
Fax: (615) 712-8547