Tennessee Supreme Court Appointed John Farringer Chair of The Access to Justice Commission

Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison is pleased to announce that the Tennessee Supreme Court has appointed member John Farringer to chair the Access to Justice Commission. He will serve a two-year term, beginning April 1, 2022. Farringer has served on the Commission since 2018.

Farringer is a trial lawyer focusing on complex business and commercial litigation in state and federal courts at the trial and appellate levels. Experienced with all forms of alternative dispute resolution, he counsels clients regarding litigation avoidance and assessment and is listed as a Rule 31 General Civil Mediator. He serves on the Tennessee Bar Association Board of Governors and is the Past Chair of the Tennessee Bar Association Access to Justice Committee.

The Supreme Court created the Access to Justice Commission to develop a strategic plan to improve access to justice in Tennessee. Their plan includes educating the public, identifying priorities to meet the need for 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. Click here to learn more.


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