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Zach Wiley is a trial lawyer in the firm’s Nashville, Tennessee office. He represents clients in premises liability, negligent security, car accident, and workers’ compensation cases. He has represented hundreds of clients in state and federal trial courts throughout Tennessee, as well as in the Tennessee Court of Workers’ Compensation Claims.
As the son of an auto mechanic and a public school teacher, Mr. Wiley personally understands what is at stake for his clients, many of whom are unable to work because of the severity of their injuries and are struggling to support themselves and their families as a result.
Mr. Wiley received his Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude from Austin College in Sherman, Texas. He received his law degree from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. While in law school Mr. Wiley was a member of the moot court team and served on the moot court board.
After law school, Mr. Wiley practiced commercial litigation and white collar criminal law with a firm in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2013 Mr. Wiley relocated to Nashville to serve as a Federal Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Chief Judge William J. Haynes, Jr. in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, and he has called Nashville home ever since.
Mr. Wiley is a leader in the legal community. He was nominated and selected as a member of the Nashville Bar Foundation’s Leadership Forum class of 2018, and he was previously nominated and selected as an associate member of the Harry Phillips American Inn of Court from 2015 to 2017. Mr. Wiley is currently an active member of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers’ Association, the Nashville Bar Association, and the Tennessee Bar Association.
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- Tulane University School of Law, New Orleans, LA - J.D.
- Austin College, Sherman, TX, - B.A. in Political Science and English, Cum Laude
- Nashville Bar Foundation Leadership Forum, Class of 2018
- Harry Phillips American Inn of Court - Associate Member, 2015-2017
- Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
- Tennessee Bar Association
- Nashville Bar Association