Classifieds

SERVICES

CERTIFIED FORENSIC DOCUMENT EXAMINER
Tennessee’s only full-time ABFDE-certified full-time document examiner. Formerly with U.S. Postal Inspection Service Crime Laboratory. Certified by American Board of Forensic Document Examiners. American Society of Questioned Document Examiners. Substantial civil, criminal and trial experience. Thomas Vastrick, 6025 Stage Road, Suite 42-309, Memphis, TN 38134; (901) 383-9282.

FORENSIC HANDWRITING EXPERT
www.HandwritingForensics.com
Qualified in all courts.
Handwriting Identification,
Forgery, Anonymous Letters, Graffiti. Diplomate / ABFE, NC Dept. of Justice, U.S. Secret Service QDC I & II.
Theresa F. Dean, Handwriting Expert, Hendersonville, NC; (828) 891-4263
PO Box 414, Horseshoe, NC 28742; Located in Hendersonville, NC. Terri@handwritingforensics.com

HOW WILL YOU ADVISE YOUR NON-CITIZEN CLIENT TO PLEAD?
Padilla v. Ky (U.S. Supreme Court 3/31/10) has a profound impact on your duties to your foreign clients. We advise on immigration consequences of crime and handle all immigration matters. Immigration Law Offices of Sean Lewis; 866-892-9264 www.MusicCityVisa.com

CERTIFIED FORENSIC HANDWRITING EXAMINER
Court Qualified Handwriting Examiner. Qualified in local, state, and federal court Including for the FBI. Certified by the National Association of Document Examiners. Cases involving wills, insurance claims, product sabotage threats, death threat letters, falsified records, bank cards/ embezzlement. Professional, always well prepared. Jane Eakes, CDE, 615-883-0635. ForgeryXmrEakes@aol.com

 

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

ATTORNEY FOR UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
Provides advice and counsel to University administration in a variety of legal matters; may participate in defense of litigation; located in Knoxville.

Qualifications: J.D. from accredited law school; licensed, or eligible for license, in Tennessee; minimum of 5 years of civil law experience in law firm or corporate or governmental legal office. One or more of the following types of experience is preferred: complex transactions; developing and implementing broadly defined diversity initiatives, preferably for a public institution; civil litigation or employment law.

Send letter and resume to: Catherine S. Mizell; General Counsel and Secretary; The University of Tennessee; 719 Andy Holt Tower; Knoxville, Tennessee 37996-0170 EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA employer.

FARRIS BOBANGO PLC
Memphis/Nashville law firm is looking to expand our Memphis and Nashville law practice in targeted areas. We are seeking candidates for positions requiring 5 to 12+ years of experience in litigation, commercial transactions or administrative law. Business litigation and/or complex litigation experience would be a plus. MBA/CPA/TaxLLM background helpful. Compensation and benefits will be competitive and will be based on experience. Interested qualified applicants are asked to e-mail your resume to vba@farris-law.com along with references.

LITIGATION ASSOCIATE
Downtown Nashville Law Firm with emphasis on insurance defense, fraud, workers compensation and personal injury defense has an immediate opening for a licensed attorney with 0-2 years experience. Insurance defense experience a plus, but not required. For consideration, please forward resume, transcript and writing sample to Jason Lee, Brewer, Krause, Brooks, Chastain & Burrow PLLC, P. O. Box 23890, Nashville, Tennessee 37202-3890, or e-mail to jlee@bkblaw.com. All inquiries held in confidence.

PROVIDE PRO BONO SERVICES TO ARTISTS AND ARTS ORGANIZATIONS!
Volunteer Lawyers & Professionals for the Arts coordinates the provision of pro bono legal services to low-income artists and emerging arts organizations in Greater Nashville. The organization invites lawyers of all practice areas to volunteer, including entertainment, intellectual property, tax, real estate, corporate and employment law. Contact us at vlpa@abcnashville.org or (615) 743-3055 for more information.

GENERAL COUNSEL
The Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) is seeking a General Counsel. Duties include: overseeing the work of staff supporting the Practice of Law Board, the Disciplinary Board, the Court Rules and Procedures Committee and the Rules of Professional Conduct Committee. This position requires experience leading organizational legal affairs and managing in-house staff and volunteer work teams, exceptional public presentation skills and the ability to travel throughout the state year round. Starting salary range is $95,000 - $114,000 DOE+ benefits. For more information or to apply, visit https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit2/?id=586471&t=2