Nashville School of Law

Municipal Court Judges Honor Judge John Harrison Lowe with Scholarship at NSL

The Tennessee Municipal Judges Conference honored the late Judge John Harrison Lowe with a scholarship at Nashville School of Law.  Judge Lowe passed away in March of 2018. He first became a municipal court judge for the City of Millersville in 1981 and previously served as president to the Tennessee Municipal Judges Conference.  He was a 1978 graduate of the School.

2020-2021 Honor Council Representatives

1L

Phoebe Dozier (1-year term) – bee.dozier721@gmail.com
Joshua Hunter (1st year of 2-year term) – jhunter@tn-elderlaw.com
Kelley Moody (1-year term) – krmoody75@yahoo.com

2L

Ronnell Griffin (1st year of 2-year term) – ronnellg@bellsouth.net
Josh Lewis (1-year term) – joshlewiscycling@outlook.com
Monique Tillage (2nd year of 2-year term) – moetmalone@gmail.com

3L

Joe Agee (2nd year of 2-year term) – joseph.l.agee@tn.gov
Johnny Peppers (1st year of 2-year term) – jpeppers02@gmail.com
Nicole Savino (1-year term) – snicolesavino@aol.com

4L

Nathan Abelt (1-year-term) – nathan@calavarfarm.com
Stephanie Brake (1-year term) – brake.stephanie@gmail.com
Sydney Raines (2nd year of 2-year term) – syd.raines@gmail.com

Zoom Instructions for Students

If you are participating in a class via Zoom, you are expected to participate to the same extent as any in-person attendee. To that end, the following is required of remote learners:

            1.         The video on your computer must be turned on for the entire class period with a live shot of you facing the camera with your face clearly visible in the video.

            2.         You must be prepared to unmute your audio when you are called upon by the professor to answer a question or for any other purpose.

            3.         You must use your full name as your Zoom screen name.  You may not use nicknames, telephone numbers, or other designations unless you have the School’s written approval.

            4.         You may step away from the video for a brief period to use the restroom, just as you can if you were attending class in person. However, the video must remain on when you step away.

            5.         The School will be monitoring your compliance with these requirements.  Failure to adhere to them will result in your being marked absent from the class.

            6.         Links to the Zoom session for each class will be posted on TWEN under ‟Weblinks.” Most class sessions are set up as recurring meetings, and the link will be the same from week to week.

            7.         Your audio should remain muted during the class unless the professor instructs you otherwise.

            8.         If you are in the NSL building but participating in a class being taught remotely, you must participate using your own device with headphones.  You can go to any place in the building where you can socially distance – a classroom, the library, etc.

            9.         Your professors will provide you instructions about how they desire to communicate for questions, etc. This may include using Zoom’s chat function, designating a student to field questions on chat, or using the ‟raise a hand” feature on Zoom.

            10.       Recordings of classes offered on Zoom will be available for students to review and download. They should be posted approximately one week following the class and will be available for up to two weeks. Do not contact the School regarding when a Zoom session will be posted unless a week has passed since the class.

            11.        If you have selected in-person learning for a class that for any reason is being taught remotely, you may switch your attendance to remote for these class sessions without notifying the School.

Other questions about the School’s procedures during the pandemic?  Check out the School’s COVID Resources Page.