TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Brittany Sims on May 22, 2015

In a Tennessean opinion piece, former state Supreme Court Justice William Koch writes that the 84 graduates of the Nashville School of Law’s spring term are uniquely prepared to serve Tennessee. Established in 1911 to provide legal education at night to men and women who work by day, the Nashville School of Law today remains private, nonprofit and affordable. “These new graduates are determined to help us solve difficult problems in the way a civil society most often looks to resolve them: with reliance on the rule of law,” said Koch, who is the current dean of the law school.