Amy Rao Mohan Inducted as Nashville Bar Fellow
Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison proudly announces that member Amy Rao Mohan was inducted into the Nashville Bar Foundation Fellows Program on April 23, 2022. This honor highlights her longstanding commitment to public and community service.
Leveraging her well-honed advocacy skills and extensive media background, Mohan develops effective approaches to protect her clients’ interests and reputations inside and outside the courtroom. Founder and leader of the firm’s crisis management/media relations practice group, she represents individuals and businesses in civil litigation and criminal cases and assists clients with media training and press strategies.
Mohan teaches Communications Law at Belmont University as an adjunct professor and devotes considerable time to pro-bono work, primarily representing inmates on Tennessee’s death row. She volunteers her time as a board member of Tennesseans for Alternatives Against the Death Penalty, an executive committee member of the Tennessee Bar Association’s Communications Law Section, and an advisory council member with The Tennessee Innocence Project.
The Nashville Bar Foundation (“NBF”) Fellows Program was established in 1991 as a way for the bar to honor its colleagues who have contributed significantly to the community. This devotion to service to the client and the public interest is one of the program’s hallmarks. Fellows are selected by their colleagues, and each “class” of Fellows is limited to approximately 2% of the Nashville bar.