Nashville School of Law

ExamSoft Information

INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS WHO DESIRE TO TAKE EXAMS USING EXAMSOFT’S EXAMPLIFY 2019-2020

The option of using a laptop computer for exams is extended to you as a convenience and a privilege. You assume the risk of equipment and power failure. If a problem arises, and all or part of your exam cannot be recovered, the Registrar has the final decision about how to handle your case. You are responsible for the connection from your laptop to the classroom electrical outlets. Any attempt to tamper with Examplify’s security features or any related function or feature of the program will be reported to the Honor Council.

Retired Bridgestone Executive Joins Nashville School of Law Board of Trust

Retired Bridgestone Americas CEO and President Gary Garfield has joined Nashville School of Law’s Board of Trust.

 “Gary brings an exceptional combination of international business experience and legal knowledge to the School,” said President and Dean William C. Koch, Jr. “As Nashville grows and the needs of our students and the legal community mature, we are grateful to have a professional such as Gary to help guide our future.”

2019-20 Schedule Finalized

The 2019-20 Class & Exam schedule is available here.

The School will share more information about our newest faculty members – Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Cornelia A. Clark, intellectual property attorney Ed Lanquist, Jr., and Music Row attorneys Jonathan Motley and Scott Safford – soon. Also, the School welcomes back Federal Judge Joe Brown.

The School previously announced that Chancellor Anne Martin will join the faculty this fall.