TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Jul 30, 2018
The new president of the Tennessee Judicial Conference has a long history on the bench that is shaping his work as an appellate court judge and how he is approaching leadership of the state's judicial community. This profile on the AOC website provides insight into Judge Timothy Easter, who was appointed to the Court of Criminal Appeals in 2014 after serving as a trial court judge in Williamson County since 1998. “At this point in my life it’s very rewarding to know that how we interpret a particular issue has the possibility of shaping the law on particular issue,” Easter said.