Juvenile and Children's Law Leadership

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Immediate Past Chair
Elizabeth Setty Reeve
Disability Rights Tennessee
2 International Plaza, Suite 825
Nashville, TN 37217

Elizabeth has been with Disability Rights Tennessee for eight years serving dual roles as an attorney and the Intake Director. Elizabeth received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Lipscomb University and her law degree from the Nashville School of Law. Elizabeth has been a volunteer with CASA Nashville for twelve years.  She is admitted to practice in Tennessee and the United

Stacie Odeneal
The Odeneal Firm
PO Box 392
Lawrenceburg, TN 38464

Stacie Odeneal, JD, is a graduate of MTSU ('00) and the University of Tennessee College of Law ('06). After law school, Ms. Odeneal returned to Lawrence County, Tennessee, where she began a solo practice hoping to focus on issues related to agriculture and rural families. In doing so, she developed a particular zealousness for child advocacy, and expanded her generalized practice to include

East TN Delegate
Dianne Lashmit
Blount County Juvenile Court
335 Court St
Maryville, TN 37804
East TN Delegate
Greta Locklear
Po Box 4548
Chattanooga, TN 37405-0548
East TN Delegate
Amy Williams
Amy Williams, Esq.
210 South Main Street
Elizabethton, TN 37643

University of Tennessee College of Law Knoxville, Tennessee
J.D., May 2013, Advocacy Concentration
GPA: 3.39/4.3 (Honors)
Editor-in-Chief, TN Journal of Law and Policy
Member, Jessup International Law Moot Court Team
Diversity Leadership Institute, 2011/2012

Northeast State Community College Blountville, Tennessee

Nonprofit Professional

Middle TN Delegate
Leslie Kinkead Kinkead
Administrative Office of the Courts
511 Union St Ste 600
Nashville, TN 37219

Leslie Barrett Kinkead, Esq., Tennessee Court Improvement Coordinator, Administrative Office of the Courts


Leslie is the Coordinator of the Tennessee Court Improvement Program and has been employed with the Program since 1998. The Court Improvement Program is funded through a federal