Lannom & Williams Attorneys
Attorney Frank Lannom, Partner
I concentrate my practice on the defense of citizens accused of crimes. The principle of my practice is simple: I believe that you have to care for the people you represent. This ideology results in my offering a personal and specialized approach to each of my clients. I offer genuine concern and empathy for those I represent and this is the core of my practice. I will do everything that can be done to provide you the best defense possible…
Attorney B. Keith Williams, Partner
I have been practicing law, with a focus on injury law, for over 20 years. My fundamental belief is that everyone is entitled to have their rights, their recovery, their dignity an d their future safeguarded if they have been injured due to the negligence of someone else (whether an individual or a corporation). My practice is focused on vehicle accident cases, from car and motorcycle wrecks to tractor trailer accidents…
Attorney Melanie R. Bean, Partner
I focus my practice on trial litigation, primarily defending individuals accused of crimes, litigating family law issues of divorce and custody, and handling appellate matters, both civil and criminal. I have unique experience defending Dependent and Neglect petitions filed by the Department of Children’s Services as a result of abuse allegations, which often coincide with pending criminal charges…
Attorney Jim Stocks
I focus my practice on personal injury, social security disability, and workers’ compensation matters, and also head up the Lannom & Williams’ appellate practice. I spent the first five years of my practice in large defense-oriented firms before moving to plaintiff’s law where I can defend people who have been injured and need relief…
Attorney Julie Robinson
I understand that any type of legal matter is difficult, but particularly those involving Family Law. For over 16 years, my practice has focused on representing clients facing everything from divorce and child custody disputes to termination of parental rights, post-divorce modifications of child-custody and alimony as well as serving as a Rule 31 Listed Family mediator in many cases each year.
Attorney Stephanie Pirera
In 2010 I moved to Nashville to attend Vanderbilt University Law School and fell in love with Middle Tennessee. I spent three years clerking for the Honorable Judge Seth Norman, the founder of the first court-run residential drug court in the nation. I was not only able to learn from a behind-the-bench perspective…..
Attorney Elizabeth Stovall
I went to law school with a dream of helping people and the community around me. Three years later, I joined the firm of Frank Lannom Law Group and that dream became a reality. Primarily practicing in the areas of criminal defense and small probate matters, I get to be a part of helping people each and every day….