TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Apr 13, 2018
Tennessee senators rejected almost half of the nominees Gov. Bill Haslam named to the newly revamped University of Tennessee Board of Trustees, WPLN reports. The Senate Education Committee turned down four of the nominees, including three who are currently serving on the board. Nashville attorney Brad Lampley and Franklin attorney Melvin Malone were among the rejected. Last week the state legislature voted to dissolve the current UT board and replace it with a smaller one chosen by the governor.