Access To Justice Commission

Supreme Court Rule 50 -- The Access To Justice Commission was created by the Supreme Court to develop a strategic plan for improving access to justice in Tennessee that shall include education of the public, identification of priorities to meet the need of improved access to justice, and recommendations to the Supreme Court of projects and programs the Commission determines to be necessary and appropriate for enhancing access to justice in Tennessee.

MEMBERS

Chair
J. William Coley
Knoxville, TN

Vice-Chair
Mary Jo Middlebrooks
Jackson, TN

Monty Burks, Ph.D
Nashville, TN

McKenna L. Cox
Johnson City, TN

John L. Farringer IV
Nashville, TN

Amber D. Floyd
Memphis, TN

Sean Hunt
Memphis, TN

Alexander McVeagh
Chattanooga, TN

Professor Joy Radice
Knoxville, TN

Bevery Watts
Nashville, TN

Supreme Court Liaison
Justice Cornelia A. Clark
Tennessee Supreme Court
Supreme Court Building
401 Seventh Avenue North, Suite 318
Nashville, TN  37219-1407
 


AOC Staff Contact
Anne-Louise Wirthlin, Esq.
Assistant Director; Director of Access
to Justice & Strategic Development
Administrative Office of the Courts
Nashville City Center, Suite 600
511 Union Street
Nashville, TN 37219
Phone: (615) 741-2687
Fax: (615) 741-6285
E-mail: anne.louise.wirthlin@tncourts.gov

Savannah Quintero
Pro Bono Coordinator: Manager TN Faith &
Justice Alliance
Administrative Office of the Courts
Nashville City Center, Suite 600
511 Union Street
Nashville, TN 37219
Phone: (615) 741-2687
Fax: (615) 741-6285
Email: savannah.quintero@tncourts.gov