Gov. Lee Announces Two Judicial Appointments

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced two court appointments.

“I am proud to announce the appointment of these highly qualified individuals and I appreciate the experience they will bring to their respective roles,” said Governor Lee. “I am confident that you will serve Tennessee with integrity and I look forward to your service.”

The following Tenneseers have been appointed:

· Michael Jenne – 10th District Court

· Gadson “Will” Perry – 30th District Chancery Court

Bradley County’s Michael Jenne is a partner with the Jenne law firm and previously served as a litigator with Baker Donelson. He received his JD from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee. Jenne’s term will take effect July 1, following the retirement of the Honorable Lawrence H. Puckett.

Shelby County’s Gadson “Will” Perry is a partner at Butler Snow and previously served as a clerk for the US 6th Court of Appeals. He earned his JD from the University of Tennessee College of Law and a bachelor’s degree from Wake Forest University. Perry will fill the vacant position from Mr. Walter L. Evans with immediate effect.

The 10th judicial district includes Bradley, McMinn, Monroe, and Polk districts. The 30th judicial district includes Shelby County.


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