Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey today announced the appointment of J. Barlett Quinn of Chattanooga to the Judicial Nominating Commission. Mr. Quinn will fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Commissioner Bill Young, who will step down on Sept. 1 to become Tennessee Solicitor General.
“The health of the judicial branch of state government is crucial to the long term health of Tennessee,” said Lt. Governor Ramsey. “Bart Quinn is an outstanding lawyer committed to an exemplary judiciary. I’m proud to appoint him and have every expectation that he will strengthen Tennessee’s judiciary.”
Here is a link to Bart Quinn. Quinn works for the Chattanooga law firm of Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel.
Bart Quinn practices primarily in the areas of employment law and workers' compensation. He has represented several large corporations in the defense of various employment discrimination lawsuits and other related litigation. He counsels clients on employment decisions, including hiring, termination, reduction in force, disciplinary actions, separation agreements, wage and hour issues and unemployment compensation claims.