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Learn More About TTLA


The Tennessee Trial Lawyer Association works to protect the civil justice system and advocates for accountability and the rights of all citizens.

Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
629 Woodland Street
Nashville, TN 37206-4211
(615) 329-3000    Fax (615) 329-8131

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For over 55 years, TTLA has worked tirelessly to ensure that everyday citizens, Tennessee families, and small businesses are never deprived of their constitutional guarantee of access to justice.  The mission of TTLA is simple – we are dedicated to protecting the constitutional promise of justice for all by guaranteeing the right to trial by jury, preserving an independent judiciary, and providing access to the courts for all Tennesseans.


TTLA - What is our Purpose?

The bylaws of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers provide the following objectives and goals:  

  • To uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States
  • To advance the science of jurisprudence
  • To train in all fields and phases of advocacy
  • To promote the administration of justice for the public good
  • To uphold the honor and dignity of the profession of law
  • To advance the cause of those who are damaged in person or property and who must seek redress therefore
  • To encourage mutual support and cooperation among members of the bar
  • To uphold and improve the adversary system and trial by jury