Alfonso Cuen is an associate in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Group where he represents clients in complex business litigation and government investigations.
Alfonso earned a law degree from Belmont University College of Law and an undergraduate degree in health science from Lee University. During law school, Alfonso served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Charles M. Walker of the Tennessee Middle District Bankruptcy Court and to the Honorable Joseph A. Woodruff of Tennessee’s 21st Judicial District (Franklin, Tennessee). While in law school, he also served as a pro bono intern at Bass, Berry & Sims for a semester where he worked on an Eighth Amendment constitutional challenge case. Before attending law school, Alfonso was a teacher at Valor Collegiate Academies (Nashville, Tennessee) through Teach for America where he taught sixth and eighth grade science.