NSL) today announced that David M. Bragg, Circuit Court Judge for Division II of the 16th Judicial District that serves both Rutherford and Cannon counties, will join the NSL faculty. Bragg will begin teaching secured transactions in May.
“Judge Bragg brings 20 years of legal expertise to NSL and we are delighted to welcome him to our faculty,” said Dean Joe C. Loser, Jr. “Not only is he a well-respected Judge in the region, but he has also served in private practice for more than a decade and has several years of teaching experience. Our students will benefit greatly from Judge Bragg’s knowledge and experience.”
Bragg was elected Circuit Court Judge for the 16th Judicial District in 2008 and is currently running for re-election. Previously, he practiced law in Murfreesboro where he represented clients in all areas of law but specialized in real estate.
Bragg earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and his master’s degree at Middle Tennessee State University. Bragg graduated from Nashville School of Law and passed the bar in 1994.
He also serves on the Tennessee Judicial Conference Executive Committee as the presiding judge for the 16th Judicial District Recovery Courts and serves as the president of the Andrew Jackson Chapter of the American Inns of Court. He is a member of the Rutherford County Bar Association.
Additionally, he has served as an adjunct faculty member at Middle Tennessee State University and has substituted at Nashville School of Law several times.