Logan-Thompso has announced Tim Hewitt as a new member of the law firm. He received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Mississippi in 2013, and has served as an Assistant Public …
Logan-Thompso has announced Tim Hewitt as a new member of the law firm.
He received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Mississippi in 2013, and has served as an Assistant Public Defender with the Knox County Public Defender’s Community Law Office for the past six years. Hewitt graduated from the McCallie School in Chattanooga in 2005 and obtained his B.A. in English and Sociology from the University of Mississippi in 2009.
During law school, Hewitt received the Criminal Law Certificate with Honors, was a Charlton Memorial Law Scholar and Adams and Reese Pro Bono Award winner and was Managing Editor of the Mississippi Sports Law Review. Hewitt was elected President of the Public Interest Law Foundation and served as a Student Attorney with the Mississippi Innocence Project.
“Hewitt will be serving as a Litigation Attorney at Logan-Thompson with an emphasis on criminal defense litigation along with myself and Kenneth Miller. I am convinced that Tim Hewitt has all the attributes of a successful attorney and know he is a man of high integrity, intelligence, diligence and is a true advocate for his clients. We are excited because of the bright future he possesses and his ability to enhance our practice,” said Jim Logan, President, Logan-Thompson.
Logan-Thompson,has been providing legal services in Southeast Tennessee since Jim Logan graduated from law school in December 1970. The Logan-Thompson Firm was born out of a tradition that began with the partnership between Conrad Finnell and James Thompson in the late 1960s, which became Finnell, Thompson, Logan & Rogers until Logan began the Logan Firm in 1980.
The firm has grown to include Robert Thompson, Ken Miller, Philip Jacobs, Rob Norred, Matt Coleman, Laurie Harrod McNulty, Kate Hodge and now Tim Hewitt. Mr. Hewitt is the latest in a tradition of attorneys committed to providing excellent legal representation to their clients and serving in the community.
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