Ann Murphy is a civil litigator located in the Nashville office. Her practice centers around professional liability of architects and engineers, construction defect litigation, construction contract law, professional discipline, and commercial litigation. Ann has jury trial and appellate experience, arguing and briefing matters before the Tennessee Court of Appeals.
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Nashville Rescue Mission, Board of Directors (2020-present); Children's Homework Help Volunteer (2019-20)
Salemtown Neighbors Neighborhood Association, Vice President (2018-19); Secretary (2020)
Ann is a graduate of Belmont University College of Law. During law school, Ann interned with Chancellor Claudia Bonnyman in the Davidson County Chancery Court and with Judge Frank G. Clement, Jr. in the Tennessee Court of Appeals.
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Ann received her Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management with an emphasis in Human Resources, magna cum laude, from the University of Mississippi in 2012. She and her husband reside in Brentwood with their daughter and two labradoodles.
Prior to joining Stites & Harbison, she was an associate with a mid-sized Nashville law firm.
Nashville's Top 30 Under 30 Honoree (2020)
Young Leaders Council, Class 73
Associated General Contractors Construction Leadership Program, Class of 2020