JAMES H. BRADBERRY
Jim is a graduate of Gleason High School, Michigan State University and Coolie Law School located in Lancing Michigan. Prior to entering the field of law, Jim was a licensed builder and Real Estate Broker in the Flint, Michigan area. Graduating from Coolie in 1979, Jim returned to his roots in the Weakley County area. He has been engaged in the practice of law since then, primarily in the areas of Real Estate, Negligence, Workers’ Compensation and Domestic Relations. Jim has also presided over the Weakley County Juvenile Court since 1980. Jim lives in Dresden, Tennessee and is actively involved in his community, for he has served at various times on the Planning Commission and as City Attorney. Jim has attended the Martin Church of Christ since 1982 where he is active in his teaching and volunteer programs, traveling in 1994 and 1995 to the country of Ukraine.
BEAU E. PEMBERTON
Beau E. Pemberton has been in practice with the firm since August, 2008. He is a 2005 graduate of UT-Martin (Summa Cum Laude) and a 2008 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law at Knoxville.
While at UT Law, Beau was actively involved in several boards governing the law school, including the Academic Standards Board and the Faculty Appointments Committee, serving two terms on both committees. Beau was also a member of the Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, a published writer, and the inaugural recipient of the James H. Jarvis II Life and Law Award while at UT-Law.
After graduation, Beau began his private practice in West Tennessee with the firm and serves clients all over Tennessee. His practice focuses on Estate Planning and Probate, Elder Law, Criminal Defense, Domestic Relations, Business Law, Real Estate, and Municipal Law. Beau is also a long-time adjunct faculty member at UT-Martin and teaches courses in Agriculture Law, Business Law, Criminal Procedure, and many other law based courses.
Beau is actively involved in the local community, including serving as Secretary for the Weakley County Election Commission, Chairman of the Martin Municipal-Regional Planning Commission, President of the Weakley County Bar Association, and as an Assistant District Governor and Past Club President in Rotary International. Beau serves on the UT Law School Alumni Council, the Board of Directors for Weakley County Youth Leadership.
Beau is licensed to practice in all Tennessee Courts, the United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee, and the United States Tax Court.