About the Howell Edmonds Jackson American Inn of Court
The Howell Edmunds Jackson American Inn of Court was founded on September 21, 2009 by seven lawyers and judges in Jackson, Tennessee. Judge J. Daniel Breen, Chancellor James F. Butler, Charles H. Barnett, III, Russell E. Reviere, Charles M. Purcell, Jonathan O. Steen and Michael L. Russell believed that the goals and mission of the American Inns of Court movement would benefit the legal community in Jackson and Madison County, Tennessee. With the generous assistance and mentorship of Tennessee Supreme Court Justice William C. Koch, Jr., and as a result of their vision and dedication, the Jackson Inn has been firmly established and actively promotes the mission of the American Inns of Court, to foster excellence in professionalism, ethics, civility, and legal skills.
For more information about the Howell Edmunds Jackson American Inn of Court, please President Judge Jon York or Counselor Chancellor James F. Butler.