Julie N. Jones


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Julie Jones joined the firm in 1979 following a clerkship for the honorable L. Clure Morton, chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, and has been a Member since 1985. Her practice centers on general commercial law with an emphasis in secured transactions and commercial lending law, especially entertainment and intellectual property lending, asset-based lending, service industries and manufacturers lending, motor vehicle fleet financing and equipment leasing, representing lessees, lessors and debt funders.

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Nashville Bar Association — Secretary of State Liaison Committee Chair (1985); Corporate and Commercial Filings Committee Chair (1987-1988); Business Law Section Special Legislative Committee (2001-2002)

Tennessee Bar Association — Secretary-Treasurer (1989-1993); Middle Tennessee Governor (2000-2004)

American Bar Association

Lawyers’ Association for Women — President (1989-1990)

Tennessee Lawyers Association for Women — Director (1988-1989)

American Bar Foundation

Tennessee Bar Foundation — Director and Treasurer (1997-2001)

Nashville Bar Foundation

Mid-South Commercial Law Institute — Director (1988-1995)