Emily C. Green | Attorney at Law

 
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Emily’s Practice Areas:

  • Divorce & Post-Divorce Modification

  • Child Custody & Child Support

  • Probate & Estate Administration

  • Wills & Powers of Attorney

  • Trusts & Estate Planning

  • Business Formation

  • Contracts, Drafting & Review

Active Memberships

  • Robertson County Bar Association

  • Tennessee Bar Association

  • Robertson County Career Women, President

  • Robertson County Exclusive Business Group, Secretary

  • CASA of Robertson County, TN, Board Member

  • Phi Delta Phi, International Legal Honor Society

  • Pi Kappa Lambda, National Music Honor Society

 

Emily grew up in Springfield, Tennessee. After graduating from Aaron Academy in Hendersonville, Tennessee, Emily attended Vanderbilt University where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Music in Harp and highest honors in music history and literature.

Emily received her Juris Doctorate from Vanderbilt University Law School where she was awarded the Dean's Scholarship. While in law school, Emily clerked at the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee and the Tennessee Department of Children's Services. 

After graduating law school, Emily returned home to Springfield, Tennessee, where she practiced with a local firm prior to co-founding Jones, Green, & Tackett Law, PLLC.

Emily has built her practice on the philosophy that the legal process is a partnership between attorney and client. To that end, she strives to provide attentive, compassionate, and zealous representation, ensuring that clients are always appraised of the status of their case and the next step in the legal process. 

When she is not working, Emily enjoys playing the harp, supporting musical theater productions, and staying active in the local community.

Publications

  • Music and Emotion in Victim-Impact Evidence, 16 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. 169 (2014).

  • Authenticating Identity: The Quest for Personal Validation through Authenticity in Music. 7 Vanderbilt Undergraduate Research Journal (2011). Presented at the Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast and Caribbean Conference (2011).


CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

Emily was the best. She always answered my questions. If she didn’t know, she always found out. She went above and beyond. I could email her at eleven o’clock at night and she always took the time to reply. She is an awesome person and I loved her dearly. She fights for what she believes in. I can’t say enough good about her.
— Charity from Springfield, TN
I couldn’t have asked for a more professional attorney. Emily was also compassionate during a difficult time in my life. That makes for a perfect attorney. Wouldn’t have wanted anyone else.
— Betty from Springfield, TN
Emily not only was open and honest with me, she also was quick in communicating with me. She was supportive when I needed it and helped me to stand up for myself and my children. I cannot imagine going through what I had to without her.
— Rachel from White House, TN
Emily was great. I live out of town and had to take care of a personal matter in Tennessee and she was so helpful!
— Kathy from Ohio