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Stacey Garrett Re-Appointed by Governor Bredesen to Tennessee Human Rights Commission

Governor Phil Bredesen has appointed Stacey Garrett, a founding member of the firm, to a second term on the Tennessee Human Rights Commission.

The Commission is Tennessee's independent state agency with responsibilities pertaining to the prevention and elimination of discrimination in employment, public accommodations, and housing.  Stacey was first appointed by Governor Bredesen to the agency's governing board in 2003 and will now continue to serve until 2015.

Stacey said she believes firmly in community and civic responsibility and is grateful for the opportunity to continue her work and service on the commission at an exemplary level.

Stacey is Chair of the Board of Directors of Bone McAllester Norton and focuses her practice in higher education, corporate transactions, immigration, healthcare, and government affairs.  She has served in many government and nonprofit leadership positions throughout her legal career.

She has earned recognition by numerous publications and among her peers in the legal profession.  In 2003, she was named one of the Tennessean's "Top 40 Under 40." She was also selected as Nashville Business Journal's "Best of the Bar" in immigration law for several years, and in 2007 she was named by the Nashville Business Journal as a "Woman of Influence" in the Entrepreneur category.

Stacey Garrett Re-Appointed by Governor Bredesen to Tennessee Human Rights Commission

Governor Phil Bredesen has appointed Stacey Garrett, a founding member of the firm, to a second term on the Tennessee Human Rights Commission.

The Commission is Tennessee's independent state agency with responsibilities pertaining to the prevention and elimination of discrimination in employment, public accommodations, and housing.  Stacey was first appointed by Governor Bredesen to the agency's governing board in 2003 and will now continue to serve until 2015.

Stacey said she believes firmly in community and civic responsibility and is grateful for the opportunity to continue her work and service on the commission at an exemplary level.

Stacey is Chair of the Board of Directors of Bone McAllester Norton and focuses her practice in higher education, corporate transactions, immigration, healthcare, and government affairs.  She has served in many government and nonprofit leadership positions throughout her legal career.

She has earned recognition by numerous publications and among her peers in the legal profession.  In 2003, she was named one of the Tennessean's "Top 40 Under 40." She was also selected as Nashville Business Journal's "Best of the Bar" in immigration law for several years, and in 2007 she was named by the Nashville Business Journal as a "Woman of Influence" in the Entrepreneur category.

Tennessee Human Rights Commission features Stacey Garrett at 2010 Employment Discrimination Law Seminar

As a featured speaker, Stacey Garrett will present at the Tennessee Human Rights Commission’s 2010 Employment Discrimination Law Seminar in Nashville on June 17.