NASHVILLE, Tenn.—The Tennessee Supreme Court recently recognized Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorneys Ashley Goins and David Wicker with the 2017 Attorney for Justice pro bono service award for their outstanding pro bono contributions in 2016. Their names will appear on the Pro Bono Honor Roll on the Court’s website.
The Tennessee Supreme Court strongly encourages all attorneys to provide at least 50 hours of pro bono service annually. Attorneys who meet the goal of 50 or more pro bono hours annually qualify to be named “Attorneys for Justice” by the Tennessee Supreme Court.
Goins is an attorney based in Stites & Harbison’s Nashville, Tennessee office. She concentrates her practice in the areas of business litigation, torts and insurance, and domestic relations. Her domestic relations work centers around Tennessee Family Law and International Family Law.
Wicker is a Member (Partner) of the firm and is also based in the Nashville office. His practice includes all aspects pertaining to the development, acquisition, sale, and financing of commercial real estate. From obtaining financing and acquiring the raw land to the project’s development, lease-up and ultimate disposition, he represents owners, developers, lenders, and other participants in a wide array of real estate transactions.
The Tennessee Supreme Court and the Tennessee Access to Justice Commission will host the Attorneys for Justice pro bono recognition ceremony on October 18, 2017, at the Belmont College of Law in Nashville.