Lucas B. Willoughby
Born and raised in Middle Tennessee, Lucas B. Willoughby was taught the lessons of hard work and how to do things the right way.
Luke grew up in Alexandria, Tennessee on a small family farm. Both his father and mother were school teachers in Wilson County, where his mother taught music and his father was Principal of Walter J. Baird Middle School. Because of his strong roots in education he earned his degree in Political Science at Carson-Newman University. While attending college he was a member of the Speech and Debate team where they won three national championships. After graduating from Carson-Newman Luke attended the Nashville School of Law and graduated in 2017.
Today, Luke focuses on representing everyday working people who have been accused of a crime. His practice is solely dedicated to representing people and not entities that take advantage of the vulnerable.
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Education & Honors
Nashville School of Law, Nashville, Tennesse
- J.D. – 2017
- Honors: Harry Phillips American Inn of Court – Student Member 2016-2017
- Honors: John Jay Hooker Scholarship Recipient.
Carson Newman University, Jefferson City, Tennessee
- BA – 2013
- Major: Political Science
- Honors: 2010, 2011, & 2012 National Champion in Speech and Debate Honors: Student Body Vice President 2011-2012