Miles McDowell

Miles McDowell recently spoke at the Tennessee School Boards Association’s Legislative and Legal Institute on Name, Image, and Likeness for High School Athletes.  The Legislative and Legal Institute focuses on a number of issues, including how the General Assembly operates, pending legislation, and legal issues impacting school districts.  Miles is an associate in the firm’s Nashville office and practices in the areas of General Civil Litigation, Transportation, Products Liability, Criminal Defense, Family Law, and Sports and Entertainment.  He graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Law where he served as Vice President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, Treasurer of the Marilyn Yarborough Chapter of the Black Law Student Association, and as a Diversity and Inclusion Fellow.  For his efforts in both the local community and law school, Miles was the 2021 recipient of the James Powers Award in Criminal Advocacy and the Julian Blackshear Outstanding Student Award.

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