Christopher A. Hall

Attorney (Of Counsel)

Christopher A. Hall received his undergraduate degree in English literature from the University of Tennessee in 1979. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Memphis in 1982 and his Masters in Taxation from the University of Florida in 1983. Mr. Hall has practiced law since 1983, including in St. Louis for two years and as a Knoxville attorney since 1985.

Mr. Hall represents health care professionals, businesses, farms, real estate developers, and entrepreneurs in virtually all matters, including “angel” investing, mezzanine financing and initial public offerings. He has lectured for many years at continuing legal educations seminars regarding Federal and state taxation, wealth transfer, partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies.

Mr. Hall has served the Tennessee Supreme Court (the “Court”) in multiple capacities for the last twenty years in the areas of promoting attorney health, competence and discipline.

He served on the Tennessee Lawyer Assistance Program (“TLAP”) for the last twenty years, including nine years as a Commissioner and three years as its Chairman. He is presently an Advisory Commissioner and also an officer and director of the TLAP Foundation, which is a tax exempt organization that was formed on behalf of the Court to assist in funding TLAP’s mission of assisting lawyers with professional competence, substance abuse and other mental health issues. Mr. Hall also serves as a monitor for attorneys who are obligated under monitoring agreements with TLAP.

Mr. Hall has worked extensively with the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility (the “Board”), which is the Court’s enforcement agency for attorney discipline. He serves as a Hearing Panel member in connection with the Board’s prosecution of attorneys with licensure issues.

Mr. Hall maintains an ancillary law office in Collierville, Tennessee, where he and his wife have business and real estate interests, including a working cattle and crop farm and commercial, residential and industrial properties.


University of Florida College of Law, Gainesville, Florida LL.M. – 1983 Major: Taxation

Memphis State University School of Law, Memphis, Tennessee J.D. – 1982 University of

Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee B.A. – 1979 Major: English literature


Tennessee, 1982; Missouri, 1984 (no longer active)

U.S. District Court Eastern District of Tennessee, 1987


The Federalist Society

Second Amendment Foundation