Austin T. Warehime
Austin joined the firm in 2020 after completing his legal education at Belmont College of Law. During law school, Austin clerked for Honorable Kelvin Jones in Davidson County Circuit Court, the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office, and the Ortale Kelley Law Firm. Austin has honed excellent research and writing skills and learned the importance of attention to detail, preparation, and civility to the practice of law.
After earning his undergraduate degree at Ohio University, Austin matriculated to Belmont University College of Law. At Belmont, Austin excelled academically, earning his way onto Dean’s List, receiving a Best Performance Award for Environmental Law, and graduating with Cum Laude honors. Austin was also heavily involved in the Belmont Law Review. Austin served the Law Review as the Executive Transcripts and Submissions Editor. Austin’s research, “Death by Crosspollination: the Uncontrollable Natural Occurrence that Could Kill Organic Farming and the Legal Solutions to Save An Industry,” (https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3619532) was also published by the Law Review and won the Jon E. Hastings Memorial Award Writing Competition.
Since joining the firm, Austin has focused on representing a wide variety of clients involved in litigation. In Austin’s young career he has already assisted in litigating complex healthcare liability cases and writing an appellate brief for a 6th Circuit Court of Appeals case.
In his spare time, Austin enjoys training for marathons, working on improving sustainable food options in Nashville, and spending time with his fiancé and their dog Lulu.
- Assisted in litigating complex healthcare liability cases.
- Assisted in Briefing for a 6th Circuit Court of Appeals case.
- Provided legal guidance for homeowner and condominium associations on a multitude of matters, including restrictions enforcement and interpretation of governing documents;
- Prosecuted and defended personal injury claims across Tennessee.
Belmont Law School
MEMBERSHIPS AND ACCOLADES
- Nashville Bar Association
- Tennessee Bar Association
- Board Member of the Nashville Food Coop
- Board Member of the Tomorrow Fund