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1963 NSL Alumnus Bob Ballow Dies at 91

1963 NSL Alumnus Bob Ballow Dies at 91

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The Nashville School of Law community is deeply saddened by the passing of NSL Aumnus Bob Ballow ’63.

Mr. Ballow was one of our School’s most distinguished graduates.  During his six decades of practice, he became nationally and internationally renown for his skill and expertise in the area of media labor relations.

Mr. Ballow started his law firm, King & Ballow, with Frank S. King in the late 60’s.  He represented various media companies all over the country.

He prided himself in his responsive service to his clients, and he passed on his skills to many young lawyers. He was consistently included on the lists of best lawyers in Tennessee and the United States.

“Mr. Ballow was a champion of clarity in written communications. Our School will continue to honor his passion for the written word through the monetary prizes he endowed for NSL students who excel in our Rigorous Writing Program,” said NSL Dean William C. Koch.

“The trustees, faculty, students, and staff of the Nashville School of Law express our condolences to Bob’s family, as well as our gratitude for the positive influence he had on us.”

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