Jennie Brooks Corley


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Jennie Brooks Corley advises companies, organizations and associations related to state legislative and regulatory issues. She works directly with clients as a public policy advisor and advocate to help entities achieve their strategic business objectives before the Tennessee General Assembly. Jennie also advises clients with respect to campaign finance laws, with a special focus on the formation and governance of federal political action committees.

Prior to serving in this capacity, Jennie worked as an associate in the firm’s Corporate & Securities Practice Group which helps guide her public policy work.

Jennie’s practice involves:

  • Lobbying Services– Representing clients before the Tennessee General Assembly, Jennie advises in a variety of industries, including healthcare, utilities, financial services, agricultural services, distilled spirits, and others. Jennie also helps manage and coordinate fundraising and campaign contributions for her clients. Recent representative matters include advocating for the Tennessee Broadband Accessibility Act of 2017.
  • Campaign Finance – Advising on federal and Tennessee campaign finance laws, Jennie guides clients through the formation and operation of political action committees.