Jeffrey Maddux Inducted as American Bar Association Fellow
Jeffrey Maddux was recently inducted as a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Membership in the Fellows is limited to one percent of lawyers licensed to practice in each jurisdiction and is dictated by peer nomination, as well as election by the Board of the American Bar Foundation.
Jeffrey is recognized as a Fellow for the American and Chattanooga Bar Foundations. Additionally, he has been included in Best Lawyers in America®, Chambers and Partners USA, and Mid-South Super Lawyers for his practice.
“What an honor to be recognized by my peers and the Board of the American Bar Foundation as a Fellow,” Jeffrey said. “Serving not only my clients but also my community provides me the opportunity to give back to so many that have helped me in my career.”
Jeffrey works with companies and individuals as they navigate complex business and commercial litigation issues. He also represents financial institutions in commercial loan transactions and real estate lending, and advises clients in the education and financial services industries. Jeffrey often advises on federal and state laws related to regulatory compliance, business and consumer bankruptcies, and receiverships.
In addition to continuously finding ways to help clients be successful, Jeffrey is very involved in the community. He is on the board of directors for Boyd-Buchanan School, his alma mater, is on the board of directors for Boy Scouts of America, Cherokee Area Council, and is a member of Rotary Club of Chattanooga. With a longstanding passion for serving, Jeffrey is the former president of the Mid-South Commercial Law Institute and Chattanooga Bar Association. He also serves on the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee and is a member of the United States Bankruptcy Court of the Eastern District of Tennessee Inaugural Advisory Rules Committee. In addition, Jeffrey currently serves as the Tennessee Bar Association’s Leadership Law co-chair. To learn more about his practice, visit his bio.