TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Apr 17, 2019
The Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury has issued the newest Judicial Weighted Caseload Study and found that state has an estimated net deficit of 6.51 full-time equivalent judges. In the previous year, there was a deficit of 9.76 judges across the state and four judicial positions were added in 2018 as a result. Judicial districts 19 (Montgomery and Robertson counties), 22 (Giles, Lawrence, Maury, and Wayne counties), and 23 (Cheatham, Dickson, Houston, Humphreys, and Stewart counties) showed the highest demand for additional judicial resources. Read more here.