Warren H. Wild, Jr. is a transactional lawyer focusing on commercial lending and real estate. He has significant experience in the development, purchase, sale, leasing and financing of shopping centers, shopping malls, office buildings, apartment complexes and hotels.
Tennessee Bar Association and the Tennessee Land Title Insurance Association
Belle Meade United Methodist Church, member
Following law school, Warren entered the United States Navy where he served as a Judge Advocate General for three years. He was a partner with Farris, Warfield & Kannady, which merged with Stites & Harbison in 2001.
Warren has served on the Board of Directors for the Better Business Bureau and as chair of the College Cabinet of Vanderbilt University. He has been an active fundraiser for Vanderbilt University, Vanderbilt Law School, Harpeth Hall School, Harding Academy and other local charities. Warren has also chaired a number of committees for Belle Meade United Methodist Church.
Warren plays a number of musical instruments including fiddle, guitar and mandolin. He is a fan of college and professional sports and enjoys golf and cooking.
Martindale-Hubbell®AV-Preeminent® Peer Review Rated
Best Lawyers in America®,for Real Estate Law (2007-19)
Best Lawyers in America®, Nashville Area Lawyer of the Year for Real Estate (2016)
Mid-South Super Lawyers® (2007-15, 2017-18)
Mid-South Super Lawyers®, Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee
Nashville Business Journal, Best of the Bar (2008)
. . . appreciate the efforts he has made to insure the success of our firm.
. . . very knowledgeable and thorough in his practice of real estate law.
. . . responsive, attentive, thorough, and competent.