The Legal Aid Society has added two lawyers to its board of directors.
The Nashville-based nonprofit law group has recruited Robert Sullivan, a partner at Loeb & Loeb LLP, and Cumberland County Bar Association President Caroline Knight, a private attorney with a practice in Crossville.
Sullivan's practice focuses on entertainment transactions primarily in the
music field, as well as litigation and mediation in entertainment and
intellectual property areas. He represents recording artists, songwriters, publishing companies and record labels. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt
University Law School.
Knight recently opened a general practice law office in downtown Crossville.
"The work we do helping those with no where else to turn depends on strong support of the private bar," said Gary Housepian, executive director of the Legal Aid Society, whose staff and pro bono volunteer attorneys deliver more than $6 million per year of legal services.